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TABLE OF CONTENTS CREDITS Content and Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Will Rottler Design and Cover Art . . . . . . . . . Lindsey Thompson Executive Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alissa Clendenen Photo Credits Mark Selders, Steve Manuel, University Image Resource Center and Penn State Athletics unless otherwise noted. For more information on Penn State Soccer, visit GoPSUsports.com

Table of Contents • Credits............................................................................................ 2 Quick Facts • 2016 Schedule.......................................................................................... 3 2016 Nittany Lion Roster and Roster Information......................................................... 4 Jeffrey Field.................................................................................................................... 5 Head Coach Erica Dambach.......................................................................................6-7 Coaching and Support Staff........................................................................................8-9 2016 Nittany Lion Profiles......................................................................................10-22 2015 Final Statistics and Results..............................................................................23-25 Nittany Lion Big Ten Tournament History................................................................... 26 2015 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Review.......................................................................... 27 Nittany Lions on National Teams............................................................................28-30 Penn State Soccer History.......................................................................................31-36

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Penn State in the NWSL.............................................................................................. 37 NCAA Tournament History......................................................................................... 38

Contact.....................Will Rottler

Penn State in the Final NSCAA Polls/MAC HERMANN History............................... 39

Cell..................... 814-441-9130

Nittany Lion All-Americans....................................................................................40-41

Email................. wdr13@psu.edu

National Honors.....................................................................................................42-44

Fax................... (814) 863-3165

Regional Honors.....................................................................................................45-46

101 Bryce Jordan Center

Big Ten Honors.......................................................................................................47-48

University Park, PA 16802

Academic All-Big Ten................................................................................................... 49 Team Awards................................................................................................................ 50

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Individual Records..................................................................................................51-53 Team and Class Records..........................................................................................54-55 Yearly Stat Leaders........................................................................................................ 56 All-Time Letterwinners and Captains......................................................................57-58 Uniform Number History............................................................................................ 59 Nittany Lions by State and Country............................................................................. 60 Year-by-Year Results................................................................................................61-64 All-Time Series Records................................................................................................ 65 TV/Radio Chart........................................................................................................... 66

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QUICK FACTS • 2016 SCHEDULE PENN STATE UNIVERSITY Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Park, Pa. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1855 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46,606 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nittany Lions Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and White Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Home Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeffrey Field (5,000) President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric J. Barron Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Barbour Senior Woman Administrator . . . . . . . . Charmelle Greene Faculty Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Linda Caldwell Athletics Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoPSUsports.com COACHING STAFF Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erica Dambach, 10th Year Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William & Mary ‘97 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197-78-13 (.706) Record at Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157-50-10 (.746) E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ewalsh@psu.edu Associate Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Ann Cook, 10th Year Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William & Mary ‘97 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . acook@psu.edu Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Wassell, Seventh Year Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penn State Altoona ‘06 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tjw217@psu.edu Director of Operations . . . . . . . . Kara Lowery, Fourth Year Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southern Nazarene ‘97 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kdl163@psu.edu Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 863-0842 Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 863-6157 Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 Rec Hall University Park, PA 16802 TEAM INFORMATION 2015 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-3-2 2015 Big Ten Record (Finish) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2-1 (T-1st) 2015 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . 6-0 (NCAA CHAMPIONS) Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15/9 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2016 Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Basinger, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickolette Driesse, Megan Schafer PROGRAM HISTORY First Varsity Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 399-103-29 (.778) All-Time Big Ten Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180-26-10 (.856) NCAA Postseason Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record . . . . . . . . . . . 46-19-2 NSCAA All-America Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 NSCAA First Team All-America Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Finalists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Big Ten Players of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 First Team All-Big Ten Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Second Team All-Big Ten Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 All-Big Ten Freshman Team Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

AUGUST Wed. 10 Sun. 14

QUEBEC MONTREAL (EXHIB.)University Park, Pa. DREXEL (EXHIB.) University Park, Pa.

9 a.m. 1 p.m.

Fri. 19 Sun. 21 Fri. 26

PENN STATE TOURNAMENT (Aug. 19-21) WEST VIRGINIA University Park, Pa. HOFSTRA University Park, Pa. BYU University Park, Pa.

7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Fri. 2 Sun. 4 Fri. 9 Sun. 11 Fri. 16 Sun. 18 Fri. 23 Sun. 25 Fri. 30

at UCLA at Long Beach State SAN DIEGO STATE LA SALLE at Minnesota* at Wisconsin* IOWA* NEBRASKA* ILLINOIS*

Los Angeles, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Minneapolis, Minn. Madison, Wis. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

11 p.m. 8 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m.

Thurs. 6 Sun. 9 Thurs. 13 Sun. 16 Sat. 22 Wed. 26

at Indiana* at Maryland* RUTGERS* PURDUE* at Michigan State* Ohio State*

Bloomington, Ind. College Park, Md. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. East Lansing, Mich. University Park, Pa.

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 7 p.m.

Sun. 30

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT (Oct. 30-Nov. 6) Big Ten Quarterfinals Campus Sites

OCTOBER

TBA

NOVEMBER Fri. 4 Sun. 6

Big Ten Semifinals Big Ten Championship

Campus Sites Campus Sites

Sat. 12 Fri. 18 Sun. 20 Fri. 25

NCAA TOURNAMENT (Nov. 12-25) NCAA First Round Campus Sites NCAA Second Round Campus Sites NCAA Third Round Campus Sites NCAA Quarterfinals Campus Sites

TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

DECEMBER Fri. 2 Sun. 4

NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP (Dec. 2-4) College Cup Semifinals Cary, N.C. College Cup Championship Cary, N.C.

TBA TBA

* – Big Ten match; Home matches in CAPS at Jeffrey Field; All times Eastern

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Women’s Soccer Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Will Rottler Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-865-2498 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-441-9130 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . wdr13@psu.edu Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-863-3165 Mailing Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. 16802

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2016 NITTANY LION ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 00 1 2 4 6 7 8 9 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 30 33 34

Name Pos. Sarafina Valenti GK Amanda Dennis GK Brittany Basinger D Grace Fisk D Megan Schafer F Emma Hasco M Elizabeth Ball D Kristin Schnurr F Frannie Crouse F Charlotte Williams M Haleigh Echard M Becca Hamilton D Alina Ortega Jurado F/M Angela Widlacki D Liisi Vink-Lainas M Salina Williford M Laura Freigang M/F Isabelle Clauss D Nickolette Driesse M Cecilia Knaub M Taylor Campbell-Phipps D Marissa Sheva M Bristol Pizzuto GK Rose Chandler GK Laura Suero D Madison Moroi F

Ht. 5-6 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-5 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-10 5-6 5-3 6-1 5-8 5-6 5-5

Hometown/Previous School Bechtelsville, Pa./Boyertown Palmetto, Fla./Murrieta Valley Purcellville, Va./Woodgrove Bromley, London, England/Langley Park Langhorne, Pa./Neshaminy Upper St. Clair, Pa./Upper St. Clair Richmond, Va./Deep Run Bristow, Va./Patriot Greensburg, Pa./Greensburg Catholic Rochester, N.Y./Brighton Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest Howell, N.J./Howell

DEFENDERS Elizabeth Ball

No.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Name

Pos.

7

Elizabeth Ball

D

1

Brittany Basinger

D

25

Taylor Campbell-Phipps

D

30

Rose Chandler

GK

22

Isabelle Clauss

D

9

Frannie Crouse

F

00

Amanda Dennis

GK

23

Nickolette Driesse

M

15

Haleigh Echard

M

Naperville, Ill./Naperville North Wynantskill, N.Y./Troy Wayne, Pa./Conestoga

2

Grace Fisk

D

21

Laura Freigang

Oppenheim, Germany/St. Katherinen Gymnasium Oppenheim

16

Becca Hamilton

D

6

Emma Hasco

M

24

Cecilia Knaub

M

34

Madison Moroi

Whitehouse Station, N.J./Hunterdon Central

17

Alina Ortega Jurado

F/M

Atlanta, Ga./Atlanta Country Day Royersford, Pa./Spring-Ford New Albany, Ohio/New Albany

28

Bristol Pizzuto

GK

4

Megan Schafer

F

8

Kristin Schnurr

F

27

Marissa Sheva

M

Frannie Crouse

33

Laura Suero Sarafina Valenti

GK M

Waldgirmes, Germany/Ricarda-Huch Schule

Clarks Summit, Pa./Abington Heights Wayne, N.J./Wayne Hills Phoenixville, Pa./Phoenixville Orlando, Fla./State College Area Sellersville, Pa./Pennridge

POSITION BREAKDOWN

GOALKEEPERS Rose Chandler

Elig. FR FR RS JR FR JR FR JR RS FR JR SO JR FR SO RS JR JR RS JR FR JR SR SO SO SO FR RS SO FR FR

MIDFIELDERS

Nickolette Driesse

FORWARDS

M/F

F

D

Amanda Dennis

Brittany Basinger

Haleigh Echard

Laura Freigang

0

Bristol Pizzuto

Taylor Campbell-Phipps Laura Freigang

Madison Moroi

19

Liisi Vink-Lainas

Sarafina Valenti

Isabelle Clauss

Emma Hasco

Alina Ortega Jurado

18

Angela Widlacki

D

Grace Fisk

Cecilia Knaub

Megan Schafer

12

Charlotte Williams

M

Becca Hamilton

Alina Ortega Jurado

Kristin Schnurr

20

Salina Williford

M

Laura Suero

Marissa Sheva

Angela Widlacki

Liisi Vink-Lainas

Brittany Basinger.............................BAY-singer

Salina Williford

Taylor Campbell-Phipps............................... Fips

Charlotte Williams

Isabelle Clauss......................................... Claws

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Erica Dambach.......... Rhymes with Wambach

LIONS BY LOCATION California (1): Dennis

Senior (1): Driesse

England (1): Fisk

Redshirt Williford

Florida (1): Campbell-Phipps Georgia (1): Chandler Germany (2): Freigang, Ortega Jurado Illinois (1): Widlacki New Jersey (3): Driesse , Hamilton, Pizzuto New York (2): Vink-Lainas, Williams Ohio (1): Moroi

Nickolette Driesse.................................... Drees

LIONS BY ELIGIBILITY Juniors

(3):

Basinger,

Haleigh Echard.....................................ECK-erd

Widlacki,

Laura Freigang................................FRY-GANG Emma Hasco......................................... HAS-co

Cecilia Knaub............................................ Knob Juniors (6): Ball, Clauss, Crouse, Echard, Madison Moroi....................................... Ma-roy Schafer, Vink-Lainas Alina Ortega Jurado..................... AH-lean-AH Redshirt Sophomore (1): Chandler ..................................OR-tay-gah Her-rah-doh Sophomores (5): Campbell-Phipps, Knaub,

Bristol Pizzuto..............................Pizz-ooh-doe

Ortega Jurado, Sheva, Williams

Kristin Schnurr..................................... SH-NUR

Redshirt Freshman (1): Schnurr

Marissa Sheva........................................SHE-va

Laura Suero........................................ Swear-oh Freshmen (9): Dennis, Fisk, Freigang, Hamilton, Sarafina Valenti............. Sara-V-Nah Va-lent-e Pennsylvania (10): Clauss, Crouse, Echard, Hasco, Moroi, Pizzuto, Suero, Valenti Liisi Vink-Lainas........ LEE-see Vink-LYE-nuss Hasco, Knaub, Schafer, Sheva, Suero, Valenti, Williford Angela Widlacki...............................Wid-lack-e Virginia (3): Ball, Basinger, Schnurr

Salina Williford................................. Will-a-furd All Nittany Lion audio pronunciations can be heard on the individual bio pages on GoPSUsports.com.

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JEFFREY FIELD

JEFFREY FIELD

The SportsTurf Managers Association’s

2006 COLLEGIATE SOCCER FIELD OF THE YEAR TOP 10 JEFFREY FIELD WOMEN’S SOCCER CROWDS Ranking Att. Opponent 1. 5,117 #1 Stanford 2. 4,207 #21 Duke 3. 3,921 #15 Virginia 4. 3,208 #2 UCLA 5. 3,175 Hofstra 6. 3,098 #9 Virginia 7. 3,007 #12 West Virginia 8. 2,963 #1 Notre Dame 9. 2,768 #4 Virginia 10. 2,606 Michigan State 2,606 #17 Michigan

Date Aug. 24, 2012 Aug. 28, 2015 Aug. 27, 2010 Aug. 25, 2006 Aug. 21, 2015 Aug. 21, 2009 Aug. 22, 2014 Sept. 21, 2008 Sept. 4, 2005 Oct. 19, 2012 Oct. 21. 2012

“We have been very fortunate to have our soccer programs competing on the finest surfaces in both training and in matches. This is yet another step toward making Penn State the best place in the country to play college soccer.”

YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE Year Games Att. High Avg. 1994 8 2,453 640 307 1995 10 3,187 500 319 1996 7 1,967 637 281 1997 12 4,346 674 362 1998 13 6,849 693 527 1999 12 9,640 1,257 803 2000 12 6,131 1,050 511 2001 10 6,217 1,270 622 2002 9 4,394 702 488 2003 11 8,090 1,274 735 2004 10 9,284 2,366 928 2005 14 14,711 2,768 1,051 2006 16 12,969 3,208 811 2007 11 8,706 2,216 791 2008 10 10,964 2,963 1,096 2009 12 14,378 3,098 1,198 2010 9 10,702 3,921 1,189 2011 9 6,501 1,043 722 2012 13 20,811 5,117 1,601 2013 11 18,170 3,742 1,652 2014 14 19,034 3,007 1,360 2015 16 21,856 4,207 1,366 22 Years 249 221,360 5,117 891

Head Coach Erica Dambach

ALL-TIME JEFFREY FIELD RECORD Year W L T Pct. 1994 7 1 0 0.875 1995 7 2 1 0.750 1996 7 0 0 1.000 1997 9 2 1 0.792 1998 13 0 0 1.000 1999 10 1 1 0.875 2000 11 1 0 0.917 2001 10 0 0 1.000 2002 9 0 0 1.000 2003 11 0 0 1.000 2004 9 1 0 0.900 2005 14 0 0 1.000 2006 14 1 1 0.906 2007 9 1 1 0.864 2008 6 4 0 0.600 2009 9 3 0 0.750 2010 5 3 1 0.611 2011 9 0 0 1.000 2012 10 1 2 0.846 2013 9 1 1 0.864 2014 13 1 0 0.929 2015 14 1 1 0.906 22 Years 215 24 10 0.884

JEFFREY FIELD FACTS 215-24-10 RECORD AT JEFFREY FIELD BY PENN STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER

5,117 FANS PACKED JEFFREY FIELD FOR NO. 6 PENN STATE VS. NO. 1 STANFORD IN 2012

7 UNDEFEATED SEASONS AT JEFFREY FIELD

5,000 FANS CAN ATTEND SOCCER GAMES AT JEFFREY FIELD

96-6-4 NITTANY LIONS’ BIG TEN JEFFREY FIELD RECORD, BEST IN THE CONFERENCE .924 PENN STATE’S WINNING PERCENTAGE AGAINST BIG TEN TEAMS AT JEFFREY FIELD

1,366 FANS PER GAME ATTENDED 2015 PSU CONTESTS

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HEAD COACH ERICA DAMBACH

ERICA

DAMBACH Head Coach • 10th Year WILLIAM & MARY ‘97 RECORD AT PSU: Overall Record:

157-50-10 (.746) 197-78-13 (.706)

2012 & 2015 NSCAA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR THREE-TIME BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR (2009, 2012, 2014) Head coach Erica (Walsh) Dambach enters her 10th season at the helm of the Penn State women’s soccer program in 2016. Dambach and the Nittany Lions are coming off their best season in program history in 2015. During the fall of 2015, the Penn State women’s soccer team recorded a 3.49 GPA in the classroom to go along with the program’s first NCAA title and a pair of Big Ten titles. In program history, the Nittany Lions have advanced to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past 21 seasons, won 17 of the last 18 Big Ten regular season titles and own six Big Ten Tournament titles. Dambach’s squad finished the 2015 season with a 22-3-2 record, its eighth 20win season, by defeating No. 20 Duke 1-0 in the College Cup Final on Dec. 6, 2015, in Cary, N.C. The NCAA title was the first in program history and the first by a Big Ten women’s soccer program. The Nittany Lions outscored the opposition 20-0 during their 2015 NCAA Tournament run and the Nittany Lions did not allow a goal over the final 733:32 of the season. Raquel Rodriguez capped off her historic Penn State career by scoring the lone goal in the NCAA title match in the 72nd minute. Rodriguez followed up her game-winner in the title match by claiming the second MAC Hermann Trophy in program history in January 2016 (Welsh – 2001). To go along with the MAC Hermann Trophy, Rodriguez garnered NSCAA Scholar Player of the Year honors, the Honda Sport Award winner for women’s soccer and was named a NSCAA First Team All-American. Following the 2015 season, Dambach received NSCAA Coach of the Year honors for the second time in her Nittany Lion career (2012). In January 2016, all three Nittany Lion captains were selected in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) draft. Rodriguez was selected with the No. 2 pick by Sky Blue FC, Mallory Weber went to the Western New York Flash at No. 14 and Britt Eckerstrom was the first goalkeeper selected at No. 26 by the Western New York Flash. In 2014, Dambach led the Blue and White to its 10th NCAA Tournament semifinal appearance and the seventh 20-win season in program history. Penn State, which had an 11-member freshman class, earned its third outright conference title in four years, maintaining a top-11 national ranking throughout the season and defeating five top-25 opponents. Under Dambach’s direction, who picked up her third Big Ten Coach of the Year award, Penn State collected three of four Player of the Year awards. Whitney Church, the conference’s Defender of the Year, was named a M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist and an NSCAA All-America first team selection before she became the 30th overall pick in the NWSL draft by the Washington Spirit. Also earning individual Big Ten awards were Raquel Rodriguez, who bagged Midfielder of the Year honors and Emily Ogle, the Freshman of the Year. The Nittany Lions appeared in their 19th-straight NCAA Tournament in 2013, due in part to the success of senior Maya Hayes. The sixth-overall selection in the WPSL draft, Hayes set Penn State’s single season record for points (79) and finished her career ranked third in goals scored (71) and points (163), sixth in game-winning goals (17) and seventh in shots (291). Hayes also became the seventh M.A.C. Hermann Award Trophy semifinalist in program history.

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Dambach’s 2012 Nittany Lions were the most successful team in program history after advancing to their first-ever national title game. The Nittany Lions won 21 of 27 games and were unbeaten in Big Ten action with a 10-0-1 record. The Lions registered their 15th consecutive Big Ten title and 18th-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. The 15-title mark stands as the most consecutive Big Ten Championships by a women’s program, along with the present Northwestern tennis team. Senior Christine Nairn became just the seventh Nittany Lion to finish as a finalist for the prestigious Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy in 2012 under Dambach’s tutelage while junior Maya Hayes was named a semifinalist for the award. Dambach’s success was recognized at the conference and national level as she earned Big Ten Coach of the Year and NSCAA National Coach of the Year honors. Her 2011 team was a dominant force, winning 21 of 26 matches, while outscoring opponents 70-24. The Nittany Lions were 10-1-0 in Big Ten action and posted the seventh undefeated season at Jeffrey Field (9-0). Dambach helped guide the Lions to their 14th-straight Big Ten title and a spot to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2007. With Dambach’s guidance, sophomore Maya Hayes became the nation’s most prolific scorer in soccer in 2011 and was a finalist for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy. Hayes led the nation with 31 goals and 70 points, breaking the Penn State single-season record for points. During the 2011 summer, Dambach had an extraordinary experience of being one of the top assistants to Pia Sundhage and the 2011 United State women’s national team at the FIFA World Cup in Germany. The U.S. made a sparkling run through knockout play to the final, falling to eventual champion Japan. During the 2010 season, Dambach’s young club made a remarkable turnaround mid-season, overcoming a two-game deficit in the league standings over the final weeks to capture a share of its 13th straight Big Ten title.

DAMBACH’S COLLEGIATE RÉSUMÉ

Head Coach Penn State 2007-present 2012, 2015 NSCAA National Coach of the Year 2009, 2012, 2014 Big Ten Coach of the Year Harvard 2006 Dartmouth 2000-02 Assistant Coach Florida State Dartmouth

2005-06 1998-99

Graduate Assistant Lehigh Dartmouth

2003-04 1997

Student-Athlete William & Mary 1993-97 William & Mary Hall of Fame Inductee DAMBACH’S NATIONAL RÉSUMÉ Head Coach U.S. Women’s Under-17 2004-07 Assistant Coach U.S. Women’s National Team 2008-11 2008 Olympic Gold Medalists 2011 World Cup Silver Medalists U.S Women’s Under-19 2004 U.S. Women’s Under-20 2013-Present 21 STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES 1995-2015


HEAD COACH ERICA DAMBACH DAMBACH’S ACCOLADES 23 NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS 13 YEARS OF COLLEGE HEAD COACHING EXPERIENCE 13 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 12 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 8 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 3 BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT TITLES 2 COLLEGE CUP APPEARANCES 2 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME APPEARANCES 2 NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS 1 NCAA COLLEGE CUP TITLE 1 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL After a tough 2-4 start to the 2009 season, Dambach led the Nittany Lions to a remarkable turnaround, going 10-1-2 in the last 13 games of the regular season, earning her the 2009 Big Ten Coach of the Year Award for her efforts.  With the impressive end to the season, Dambach and her charges captured the program’s 12th-straight Big Ten Championship. By winning the Big Ten, the Nittany Lions continued their string of NCAA Tournament berths, making their 15th-straight appearance in the 64-team field in 2009. For the second time in three years, Penn State hosted the first and second rounds of tournament play. Dambach also orchestrated one of the finest awards seasons in Penn State history when Katie Schoepfer, Alyssa Naeher and Christine Nairn swept the yearend Big Ten Player of the Year awards. Schoepfer was named the Offensive Player of the Year, Naeher the Defensive Player of the Year and Nairn the Freshman of the Year. Danielle Toney was named to the All-Big Ten first team, while Lexi Marton garnered second team mention. Dambach has now coached two players of the year to three awards as Naeher was also the 2007 recipient of the Defensive Player of the Year honors in Dambach’s first year in Happy Valley. Dambach continued her success from the 2007 campaign into a 16-8-0 record that saw Penn State capture its 11th-straight Big Ten Championship and the 2008 Big Ten Tournament crown. Her transition to Penn State was quite smooth as the 2007 team finished 184-2, including a 9-1-0 mark in conference play, and was ranked 12th in the final NSCAA poll of the season. When she came to Penn State, Dambach brought with her a wealth of experience at both the international and collegiate levels. She already has coached at six different universities, including three stints as head coach as well as serving as an assistant for the U.S. U-19 team in 2004. Dambach served as head coach of the U-17 team from December 2004 until her hire at Penn State in February 2007. As of January 2009, Dambach was appointed as a member of the Panel of Instructors and Lecturers for FIFA Courses. In addition, she was appointed as

the Chairman of the Women’s Technical Committee for the period of January 1, 2009 to June 30, 2011. In January of 2008, Dambach was named as the assistant coach by Pia Sundhage for the U.S. National Team. With Dambach’s help and guidance the U.S. team completed its historic run with a gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Even sweeter was that Dambach’s main responsibility was the U.S. Team’s defense, which held fellow world power Brazil scoreless in the gold medal game. The head coach at Harvard University as well as the U.S. Under-17 team prior to her hiring at Penn State, Dambach has consistently been active among the coaching ranks both at the Division I level and the U.S. Youth National Team program for nearly a decade. Prior to her time with the Crimson, she was part of a Florida State staff that led the Seminoles to one of its most successful year to date. FSU joined Penn State in the 2005 Women’s Soccer College Cup, with both programs reaching the national semifinals. Dambach’s coaching path began in 1997 as a graduate assistant with Bucknell University. In 1998, she accepted a position at Dartmouth, where she was an assistant coach for two seasons. After helping the team to a final NSCAA ranking of No. 8 at the conclusion of the team’s 1998 NCAA quarterfinal run as well as an Ivy League championship in 1999, Dambach assumed head coaching duties before the 2000 season. As head coach, Dambach led the Big Green to back-to-back Ivy League cochampionships in 2000 and 2001. Her squad was ranked in the NSCAA’s top 25 each year, rising as high as No. 13 in 2001. In her three seasons as head coach, Dartmouth was invited to the NCAA Tournament each season and reached the round of 16 twice. All three of her teams earned the NSCAA’s Academic Team Award. Dambach left Dartmouth to earn her Master’s in business administration at Lehigh University where she served as a graduate assistant from 2003-04. Beginning in the spring of 2004, Dambach joined the United States Under-19 team as an assistant coach where she helped with preparations for the Under-19 World Cup. The U.S. finished with the bronze medal in Thailand after defeating Brazil in the third place match. After the World Cup, Dambach was appointed the U.S. National Team’s U-17 head coach, a position which she held for three years. As a player, Dambach was an NSCAA All-Region selection at William & Mary. A two-time first team All-CAA pick, she propelled her team to four NCAA Tournament appearances as well as two CAA regular season and two CAA league championships. In March of 2010, Dambach’s alma mater, William & Mary, honored her by inducting her into the W&M Athletics Hall of Fame. A high school All-American at Lower Moreland, she was also a member of the U.S. Under-17 National Team. Dambach earned her Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in biology from William & Mary in 1997. The Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, native holds an NSCAA Advanced National Degree and a USSF “A” Coaching License. The former Erica Walsh married Jason Dambach in January 2016 and they currently reside in State College, Pa.

DAMBACH’S CAREER AT PENN STATE Season Overall 2007 18-4-2 2008 16-8-0 2009 13-6-2 2010 11-9-1 2011 21-5-0 2012 21-4-2 2013 15-7-1 2014 20-4-0 2015 22-3-2 Penn State 157-50-10 Career 197-78-13

Pct. Big Ten Pct. .792 9-1-0 .900 .667 8-2-0 .800 .667 8-1-1 .850 .548 8-2-0 .800 .808 10-1-0 .909 .815 10-0-1 .955 .674 7-4-0 .636 .833 12-1-0 .923 .851 8-2-1 .773 .746 80-14-3 .840 .706

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Big Ten Finish 1st T-1st 1st T-1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st T-1st 9 NCAAs (20-8-1) 12 NCAAs (23-11-1)

NCAA Finish Third Round First Round Second Round Second Round Third Round Runner-Up Second Round Quarterfinals Champions

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COACHING STAFF ANN

TIM

Associate Head Coach • 10th Year William & Mary, ‘97

Assistant Head Coach • Seventh Year Penn State Altoona, ‘06

COOK

Ann Cook enters her 10th season with the Nittany Lions in 2016. This will also be the 10th season that Cook will be coaching under former teammate and friend Erica (Walsh) Dambach. The two combined for many wins on the field at William & Mary and have already shown their prowess on the sidelines together, as they led the Nittany Lions to the program’s first NCAA title in 2015, two College Cup appearances (2012 & 2015), eight Big Ten titles (200712 & 2014-15) and nine NCAA Tournament appearances (2007-15). As the associate head coach, one of Cook’s main duties is the Nittany Lion offensive scheme. Since Cook has been with the Blue and White, Penn State has recorded four of the top-10 seasons offensively. During the 2011 season, Penn State recorded 226 points on the year, which ranks second in program history - seven shy of the program record 233 points set back in 2001. En route to the NCAA title and a pair of Big Ten titles in 2015, the Nittany Lions scored 64 goals and 66 assists. The 64 goals and 66 assists rank seventh and third in program history, respectively. Under the guidance of Cook, four Nittany Lions have scored 100 or more points over their career. Maya Hayes finished her Nittany Lion career with 163 points (71g, 21a), which ranks third-best in school history. Most recently, Mallory Weber became the 10th Nittany Lion to eclipse the century mark in points during the 2015 season. Weber ended her career at Penn State in 10th with 101 points on 36 goals and 29 assists. For the eighth consecutive year, in 2014, Cook traveled to Central America with an organization called Soccer Without Borders. The organization focuses on using soccer as a tool for youth development around the world. The exchange team has coached nearly 800 girls, trained more than 45 coaches and, in 2013, played two friendly matches against the Nicaraguan Women’s National Team. Prior to PSU, Cook was an assistant coach at Nebraska for two seasons. Cook was responsible for numerous tasks while at Nebraska including individual and team training, recruiting, video analysis and scheduling. She also worked closely as the staff’s liaison to the Huskers’ athletic support staff. During her tenure at Missouri State from 2004-05, she handled training, recruiting and team travel duties as well as supervising the strength and conditioning program. The head coach at Drury University from 1999-2000, her squad ranked No. 5 in the NCAA Division-II poll among new programs in 1999. A three-time All-American, Cook played for William & Mary from 1993-97, medically redshirting during the 1996 campaign. In the mix for the Hermann Trophy as well as the M.A.C. Player of the Year Award in both 1995 and 1997, she was the 1997 CAA Conference Player of the Year and CAA Conference Tournament MVP. The Tribe made appearances in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals two of Cook’s four seasons, grabbing a bid for the Tournament each year and concluding the seasons ranked in the top five. Active with the U.S. National Team programs, she was a member of the U.S. Under-20 team from 1994-95 and played with the full national team in 1998. Professionally, Cook was a fourth-round draft pick (25th overall in the global draft) by the Bay Area CyberRays in 2000. A member of the team that won the WUSA’s inaugural season championship in 2001, she was traded in December of that year to the Washington Freedom, which eventually finished as the 2002 league runners-up. Cook picked up coaching full time when the WUSA folded after the 2003 season. As a member of the W-League’s Chicago Cobras from 1998-2000, she was the championship MVP in 2000 after helping the team to a league championship. In 1999, her team finished as the league runners-up. 8

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Tim Wassell returns to Penn State for his seventh season in 2016. With the Nittany Lions, he serves as the recruiting coordinator and focuses on the team’s goalkeepers and defensive unit. Under the direction of Wassell, the Nittany Lions tallied one of the best defensive efforts in program history during the 2015 season. As a defensive unit, the Nittany Lions allowed 14 goals on the year and a goals against average of .51, which ranks third-best in program history. The Nittany Lions’ 15 shutouts in 2015 tied the second-best performance in school history (2004). The Nittany Lion defensive prowess was on display during the 2015 NCAA Tournament. The Penn State defense did not concede a goal over the final 733:32 of the season and only allowed 13 shots on goal in six games during the 2015 NCAA Tournament. As recruiting coordinator, Wassell has brought some of the nation’s top recruiting classes to Happy Valley. According to TopDrawerSoccer.com, the Nittany Lions tallied back-toback No. 2 overall recruiting classes in 2014 and 2015. The 2014 class featured Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Emily Ogle, and the 2015 class featured the No. 5 overall signee, Ellie Jean, as well as the No. 10 overall signee, Kaleigh Riehl, just to a highlight a few. Goalkeeper Britt Eckerstrom found major success in net for the Nittany Lions under the tutelage of Coach Wassell. Eckerstrom finished her Nittany Lion career with a record of 61-14-3, 255 saves, a save percentage of .804, a goals against average of .80 and 6,957 goalie minutes played. Her 61 wins are the second-most by a Nittany Lion keeper, her 255 saves rank fourth in the Nittany Lion rankings, her save percentage of .804 ranks sixth and her 6,957 minutes in net are third-best in program history. Eckerstrom was selected as the top goalkeeper in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) 2016 College Draft with the No. 26 pick by the Western New York Flash. Over three seasons from 2007-09 at Penn State Altoona, Wassell led the women’s program to a 48-11-5 overall record as Head Coach, taking home NSCAA Great Lakes Coach of the Year honors in 2008. He was also named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2008. While with the Nittany Lions in Altoona, Wassell’s defense-oriented teams posted 39 shutouts in 64 games as the squad set new marks for wins in every year of his tenure with 13, 17 and 18, respectively. During the 2008 campaign, the squad posted the third-best goals against average in Division III at 0.34. Eighteen Lions earned All-AMCC honors and 24 were named to the Academic All-AMCC team during the three-year tenure, which outscored opponents 172-40. Additionally, Wassell’s charges collected three NSCAA Great Lakes All-Region selections, including the only freshman on the first or second team in 2008. The team reached the 2008 NCAA Division III Tournament, falling 1-0 to Otterbein. During that season, PSU Altoona went without a loss in the regular season. Prior to taking over the reins at Altoona, he served as the goalkeeping coach in 2006 for both the men’s and women’s teams. For the men’s squad at Altoona, the team posted the best goals against average in the conference and second best mark in shutouts. The team finished top 25 nationally in GAA with a 0.63 average. As a goalkeeper at Penn State Altoona, Wassell was a two-time NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region selection in 2004 and 2005 and a two-time All-AMCC First Team selection as well. He was named the 2005 PSU Altoona Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was mentioned amongst the coaches of the AMCC as the Preseason Player of the Year in 2005. In both 2004 and 2005, Wassell led the AMCC in save percentage, shutouts and GAA, completing his two-year tenure between the pipes with a school-record 0.71 GAA. A highlight to his success at Penn State Altoona was a 641-minute shutout streak during the 2004 season, which, at the time, ranked in the top-15 in Division III history. Wassell was an accomplished student with two Academic All-AMCC honors, a spot on the Penn State Altoona Dean’s List every semester and a 3.72 cumulative grade point average. Prior to his time at Altoona, Wassell was a member of the East Stroudsburg squad from 2000-02, earning two Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships with an NCAA Final Four appearance in 2000. Wassell, a Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, native, earned his bachelor’s degree in business at Penn State Altoona. He also has earned NSCAA National and Advanced National Goalkeeping Coaching Diplomas.

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SUPPORT STAFF KARA

LOWERY

Director of Operations • Fourth Year Southern Nazarene, ‘97

Kara Lowery is in her fourth season as the director of operations for the Nittany Lions in 2016. She was previously an assistant coach for the Lock Haven men’s and women’s soccer programs for three seasons. While at Lock Haven, Lowery helped guide the men’s team to the 2011 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference regular season crown. The Bald Eagles earned Daktronics All-America, NSCAA All-Region and PSAC AllConference honors during Lowery’s three years. Lowery served as the top assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma from 2008-10. As an assistant with Oklahoma, she helped direct all facets of the program and helped recruit a nationally ranked 2010 recruiting class. She also helped direct the Sooners summer soccer camps. Prior to her time with the Sooners, she was an assistant coach with the University of Kansas from 2005-08. While at KU, the Jayhawks never finished below fourth in the Big 12. At Emporia State, Lowery was named the 2004-05 Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Coach of the Year. In 2004, she led the Hornets to a 10-8-2 record, marking the first winning season in the fouryear history of the program. ESU placed third in the MIAA and climbed as high as fifth in the NSCAA/Adidas Central Region rankings. From 2000-04, Lowery served as the head coach at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, for four seasons. Under her guidance, the team was able to advance to the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament all four seasons and to the NAIA Tournament in 2001. During her tenure, the Lady Cavs compiled a 30-38-6 overall record. Lowery got her coaching career start as an assistant at Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Okla. from 1998-99. She holds an United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” coaching license. Lowery was a four-time All-American and four-time captain at NAIA Southern Nazarene University. She helped Nazarene advance to two NAIA National Tournaments. Lowery was a three-time All-American and twotime All-Region player. She graduated from Southern Nazarene University in 1997.

RAFAEL

AMAYA, Jr.

Volunteer Assistant Coach • 1st Year

LIBERTY ‘13

DR. ROBERTA

MILLARD Team Physician • 12th Year PENN STATE ‘82

JIM

WEAVER Academic Advisor • 12th Year PENN STATE ‘82

Rhian

DAVIS Strength & Conditioning • First Year

FLORIDA ‘08

KELLY

SAXTON Athletic Trainer • Eighth Year EAST CAROLINA ‘06

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NITTANY LION SENIORS/REDSHIRT JUNIORS Nickolette

23

Brittany

DRIESSE

1

BASINGER

Wayne, N.J. WAYNE HILLS

Purcellville, Va. WOODGROVE

Senior • M • 5-5 • MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt Freshman

RS JuniorFreshman • D • 5-7• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 27-20 4 6 14 0 15 Career 27-20 4 6 14 0 15

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2013 23-23 0 2 2 0 6 2014 Redshirt Season 2015 27-27 2 2 6 0 10 Career 50-50 2 4 8 0 16

TEAM CAPTAIN (2016) 2015 Played in all 27 matches, including 20 starts...Tallied four goals and recorded six assists...Scored in back-to-back matches (Michigan - 10/28 & Illinois - 11/1)... Recorded a goal and an assist vs. Michigan (10/28)...Posted a goal against Boston U (11/20)...Netted an assist against Ohio State (11/22)...Led the team with three shot attempts in Penn State’s College Cup semifinal victory over No. 9 Rutgers (12/4).

TEAM CAPTAIN (2016) TOPDRAWERSOCCER TEAM OF THE WEEK (9/15/15) ALL-BIG TEN FRESHMAN TEAM (2013) ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014, 2015) BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR (2015) CONCACAF WOMEN’S U-20 CHAMPION (2014)

BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team that competed in the 2014 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada...Participated in a training camp for the U.S. U-18 team in 2012...Played on the Region I and II ODP teams from 2007-08...Played at Florida State from 2013-14, playing in 48 matches, recording one goal and eight assists... In 2013, was the only Seminole freshman to play in all 28 matches, making 27 starts and resulting in 2,099 minutes on the pitch...Named to the All-ACC Freshman Team, Soccer America All-Freshman First Team, TopDrawerSoccer.com Freshmen Best XI Second Team and the ACC All-Academic Team that season...All-league, all-county and all-state honoree each of her four years at Wayne Hills, putting up 222 points (88 goals, 46 assists) over her career...Played with PDA Charge ECNL for seven years, winning a state title.

PERSONAL Nickolette Taylor Driesse was born on Nov. 8, 1994, in Wayne, New Jersey...Parents are Michael and Giselle...Has two older brothers, Ronnie and Michael...Recreation, park and tourism management major.

2014 Did not play...Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “When I came on my visit, everything just felt right. I know the coaches are going to push me exactly the way I want and need to get to where I want to be. Not to mention the incredible school pride, it doesn’t get better than this!”

2015 Academic All-Big Ten...Named to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (9/15)... Started all 27 matches on the Nittany Lion backline...Tallied a career-high two shots against Loyola Marymount (8/23)...Played every minute of the first three matches, including a 0-0 draw against No. 21 Duke (8/28)...Scored her first career goal in a 2-0 win at No. 2 Stanford (9/11)...Tallied a goal in Penn State’s 5-0 victory over UAlbany in the NCAA First Round (11/13)...Recorded a career-high two assists against Boston University in the NCAA Second Round (11/20)...A member of the Nittany Lion backline that posted 15 shutouts on the year, including eight-straight to end the season.

2013 All-Big Ten Freshman Team honoree...Started all 23 matches, spending 1,762 minutes on the field...Dished out two assists: against Illinois (10/20) and at Nebraska (10/27)...Took six shots, four of which were on goal. U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Played on the U.S. U-23 WNT that brought home the 2016 Nordic Tournament title...Joined the U.S. U-23 WNT for a training camp in May 2016...Member of the U-20 Women’s National Team that won the 2014 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship and competed at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup...Played on the U17 Women’s National Team and in the U17 Women’s World Cup in the fall of 2012. BEFORE PENN STATE Coached by Erin Barrett and Jesse Shehan at Woodgrove High...Helped lead her team to the 2012 AA VHSL State Championship as well as the district and region championships...Named to the All-District and All-Region teams...Also lettered in basketball for three years. CLUB EXPERIENCE Played for FC Virginia ECNL, coached by Paul Ellis and Carolyn Rice. PERSONAL Full name is Brittany Basinger...Born June 30, 1995, in Sterling, Virginia...Parents are Jeff and Jackie Basinger...Has one brother, JB, and one sister, Brooke...Father played football at Salem University...Majoring in kinesiology. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the atmosphere that surrounds not only the campus but the soccer team as well. Everyone is a big family.”

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REDSHIRT JUNIORS Angela

18

Salina

WIDLACKI

20

WILLIFORD

Naperville, Ill. NAPERVILLE NORTH

Wayne, Pa. CONESTOGA

RS JuniorFreshman • D • 5-5• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

RS JuniorFreshman • M • 5-4• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2013 Redshirt Season 2014 Did not play 2015 Did not play Career 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014) 2015 Did not play. 2014 Did not play ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree. 2013 Did not play. BEFORE PENN STATE Coached by Steve Goletz at Naperville North High...Guided her team to back-toback DuPage Valley Conference and Illinois State championships in 2012 and 2013... Team recorded an undefeated season in 2013...Member of the state runner-up team in 2011...DuPage Valley All-Conference selection...Named to the DuPage Valley Conference All-Academic Team...Two-time NNHS Girls Soccer “Most Inspirational Player.” CLUB EXPERIENCE Played for the NSA Fireballs in the U.S. National League, coached by former Penn State great Bonnie Young...Led her team to the Illinois State Cup final. PERSONAL Full name is Angela Marie Widlacki...Born on Feb. 24, 1995, in Naperville, Illinois... Parents are Stan and Ann Widlacki...Has one brother, Drew...Majoring in kinesiology. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I knew after my first visit that this is where I wanted to go. It is an academically great school, the coaches and players are nothing short of talented and fun, and the community as a whole has so much school pride. I couldn’t imagine being in a better place.”

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2013 23-17 0 0 0 0 9 2014 24-24 5 5 15 2 55 2015 Redshirt Season Career 47-41 5 5 15 2 64 2015 Redshirted. 2014 Started all 24 games, spending 1973 minutes on the field...Scored five goals and added five assists...Three-point game vs. Northwestern (9/26)...Played 90 minutes or more in 13 games...Dished two assists vs. Buffalo (11/14)...Netted the game-winning goal twice: vs. Ohio State (9/19) and vs. Illinois (9/28)...Took 55 shots, getting 24 on goal. 2013 Appeared in all 23 games, starting 17 and spending 1,534 minutes on the field... Started all of the Nittany Lions’ Big Ten games...Played at least 90 minutes in 10 games...Took nine shots, two of which were on goal. BEFORE PENN STATE Played at Conestoga High School for head coach Meghan Brogan...An All-Central League player from 2010-12...Finalist for the Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year in 2011...An All-Southeastern Pennsylvania and All-Pennsylvania player in 2011...Captain of her team in 2012...Helped guide Conestoga to a Central League Championship in 2009 and to the state semifinals in 2010. CLUB EXPERIENCE Member of the Players Development Academy, coached by Seth Korman...Was a member of the Region 1 team from 2009-12...On the 2010 State Cup Championship team. PERSONAL Full name is Salina Williford...Born on June 20, 1995 in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania... Parents are Ron and Tanya Williford...Has two siblings, Jenea and Shannan... Majoring in broadcast journalism. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I immediately fell in love with the school after my first visit and felt that it was the best fit for me in terms of both education and athletics. I couldn’t see myself anywhere else. It is an amazing opportunity to play for such incredible coaches and with such a talented team.”

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JUNIORS Elizabeth

7

BALL

Isabelle

22

CLAUSS

Richmond, Va. DEEP RUN

Clarks Summit, Pa. ABINGTON HEIGHTS

Junior • D • 5-6 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Junior • D • 5-6 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 24-23 1 0 2 1 4 2015 27-27 3 0 6 1 23 Career 51-50 4 0 8 2 27 BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (10/13/15) TWO-TIME TOPDRAWERSOCCER TEAM OF THE WEEK HONOREE (10/6/15 & 11/11/15) 2015 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (10/13)...Two-time TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week honoree (10/6 & 11/11)...Started all 27 matches on the Nittany Lion backline...Played the full time in 19 matches, including a 0-0 draw against No. 21 Duke (8/28)...Posted a career-high five shot attempts against Indiana (Oct. 11)... Netted her first goal of the season in a 4-0 win over Indiana (10/11)...Scored the game-winning goal over Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament championship match in the ninth minute (11/8)...Posted her third goal of the season against Boston U (11/20)...A member of the Nittany Lion backline that posted 15 shutouts on the year, including eight-straight to end the season...Finished third on the team in minutes played (2,318). 2014 Started all but one game on the season as a centerback...Logged 1,825 minutes of playing time, including 102 minutes vs. North Carolina (9/5)...Her only goal of the season was the game-winner at Michigan State (10/19)...Took four shots, two of which were on frame...Played 90 minutes or more in 13 games, including fourstraight games on full-time from 9/26-10/5, three-straight from 10/24-10/30 and the final three contests of the season (11/21-11/29). BEFORE PENN STATE Four-year varsity starter for Deep Run and coaches Nicole Marks, Jen Woodie and Brooke Rooney...NSCAA High School All-America in 2013 and 2014...Gatorade Virginia Player of the Year nominee from 2012-14...Earned Central Region Player of the Year honors in 2011 and Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro Player of the Year accolades in 2011 and 2013...District/Conference 11 Player of the Year in 2011 and 2014...Garnered First Team All-District, First Team All-Region and First Team AllState/All-Group accolades in 2011, 2013 and 2014...Richmond Times-Dispatch AllMetro First Team and U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete in 2014...In 2013, team went undefeated en route to a State AAA Championship...Central Region/ Conference 11 Champions in 2011, 2013 and 2014...Colonial District Champions in each of her four seasons...Also competed in track and field.

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 6-0 0 0 0 0 0 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...Made appearances in three matches...Played a season-high 11 minutes against Michigan (10/28). 2014 Played in three games for a total of 39 minutes on the field...Season-high 21 minutes vs. Bucknell (9/23). BEFORE PENN STATE Competed for Head Coach E.T. Hunter at Abington Heights...Three-time Scranton Times Tribune Division I All-Star, two-time All-State honoree (2012, 2013) and NSCAA All-Region II pick in 2013...Helped lead the Comets to the PIAA District 2 AA Championship from 2010-12 and a Lackawanna County League Championship in 2011...Also earned four letters each in indoor and outdoor track. CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for Albertson Fury and Head Coach Paul Riley...Team won the 2013 North American League National Championship. PERSONAL Full name is Isabelle Catherine Clauss...Born on July 21, 1996, in Scranton, Pennsylvania...Parents are Beth and Chris...Chris was a member of Penn State’s 1986 National Championship football team...Has two siblings, Emily and Chris... Biology major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “My parents are both alumni of Penn State and I grew up loving the school. I had always pictured myself at Penn State.”

CLUB EXPERIENCE Played for the Richmond Strikers ECNL under head coach Jay Howell...Team leading scorer from 2011-14 with 57 goals in that span...Three-year co-captain...Attended Id2/ECNL Training Camp in 2012 and 2013. PERSONAL Full name is Elizabeth Rose Ball...Born on Oct. 20, 1995, in Newport News, Virginia...Parents are Melvin and Cheryl Gray Ball...Has one brother, Christopher... Biobehavioral health major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State not only because it is one of the top programs in the county, but also because this team isn’t just a team; it’s a family.”

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JUNIORS Frannie

9

CROUSE

Haleigh

15

ECHARD

Greensburg, Pa. GREENSBURG CENTRAL CATHOLIC

Lebanon, Pa. CEDAR CREST

Junior • FFreshman • 5-7 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Junior • M • 5-4 • MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt Freshman

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 24-21 10 2 22 3 55 2015 27-25 11 7 29 4 77 Career 51-46 21 9 51 7 132 WOMEN’S COLLEGE CUP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (2015) BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/15/15) ESPNW PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/16/15) BIG TEN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (11/8/15) OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT (11/8/15) TOPDRAWERSOCCER TEAM OF THE WEEK HONOREE (12/1/15) ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (2014) ALL-BIG TEN FRESHMAN TEAM (2014) ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...Women’s College Cup All-Tournament Team...Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/15)...Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (11/8)...Named the Offensive Player of the Big Ten Tournament (11/8)...Received TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week honors (12/1)...espnW Player of the Week (9/16)...Played in all 27 matches, started 25, including 23-straight starts...Tallied four game-winning goals, including her goal in the 10th minute in Penn State’s 2-0 win at No. 2 Stanford (9/11) and in the 24th minute of the College Cup Semifinals against No. 9 Rutgers (12/4)...Also netted an assist in the victory at No. 2 Stanford (9/11)...Recorded 11 goals on the year, which is second on the team and tied for second in the Big Ten...Scored twice in Penn State’s 5-1 victory over Iowa (9/27)...Scored in back-to-back matches in the Big Ten Tournament (Illinois - 11/1 & Michigan - 11/6)...Tallied seven assists on the year, which is tied for second on the team and the Big Ten...Posted a goal and two assists in the Boston U match (11/20)...Finished the season with 29 points, which is second-best on the team and the Big Ten...Recorded three goals in the NCAA Tournament...Scored in back-to-back matches against No. 4 West Virginia (11/28) and No. 9 Rutgers (12/4). 2014 Named to All-Big Ten second and freshman team... Appeared in all 24 games for Penn State, including 21 starts...Tied for the team lead with 22 points and led all Nittany Lions with 10 goals on the season...Five-point performance (two goals, one assist) vs. Bucknell (9/23)... Scored three game-winning goals: vs. Nebraska (10/24), vs. Maryland (10/30), vs. UConn (11/21)...Logged 1358 minutes on the season, including a season-high 71 minutes at Texas A&M (11/29)...Attempted 55 shots with 26 shots on goal. U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Attended U.S. youth national camps from ages 14-18. BEFORE PENN STATE At Greensburg Central Catholic, won back to back WPIAL Championships in 2011 and 2012, and State Championships in 2012 and 2013 under Head Coach Ashley Shasko...Graduated as the top career goal scorer in Pennsylvania history...2013 NSCAA All-America honoree and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player of the Year...Three-time Greensburg Tribune-Review Player of the Year...All-State pick in 2012 and 2013...Also a member of the swimming and softball teams.

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 24-1 1 4 6 0 22 2015 26-0 2 0 4 0 30 Career 50-1 3 4 10 0 52 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...Played in 26 matches...Scored in back-to-back matches in the NCAA Tournament (Boston U - 11/20 & Ohio State - 11/22)...Recorded a careerhigh six shots vs. Indiana (10/11)...Tallied a pair of shot attempts in ten minutes of playing time against No. 9 Rutgers in the College Cup Semifinals (12/4)...Played in 43 minutes in the College Cup Final against No. 20 Duke (12/6). 2014 Appeared in all 24 games, making one start (10/30 vs. Maryland)...Scored her only goal of the season vs. Nebraska (10/24)...Registered assists at Indiana (9/14), vs. Ohio State (9/19), at Michigan State (10/19) and vs. Buffalo (11/14)...Attempted 22 shots with 11 shots on goal...Logged 938 minutes on the season, including 90 minutes vs. Maryland. U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Member of the U.S. U-18 National Team in 2013. BEFORE PENN STATE Coached by Lauren King to NSCAA All-America laurels, NSCAA All-Region II honors and Lancaster-Lebanon Section I first team All-Star and Most Valuable Player plaudits...Two-time All-State selection and three-time Lebanon All-County team honoree. CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for the Penn Fusion ‘96 Gaels...Club advanced to the ECNL semifinal pool in 2012 and 2013. PERSONAL Haleigh Ann Echard was born in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 16, 1996...Parents are Gary and Rustyann Echard...Has two brothers: Tyler and Logan...Elementary education major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the family atmosphere of the coaches and the team makes you feel at home. The education is unbelievable and there are so many opportunities to get involved in every day.”

CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for Beadling Soccer Club under Head Coach Danny Kohlmyer...Helped lead club to three State Cup Championships and a third place finish in the national competition in 2010. PERSONAL Frances Crouse was born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 21, 1995...Parents are Samuel and Thursa Crouse...Has two siblings: Samantha and Colby...Advertising/public relations major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the high academic standard and alumni base for careers. I also chose Penn State because of my first visit; I loved the atmosphere and the coaches of the team.”

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JUNIORS Megan

4

Liisi

SCHAFER

19

VINK-LAINAS

Langhorne, Pa. NESHAMINY

Wynantskill, N.Y. TROY

Junior • FFreshman • 5-7 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Junior • M • 5-5 • MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt Freshman

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 24-8 6 5 17 2 27 2015 27-24 13 4 30 6 47 Career 51-32 19 9 47 8 74 TEAM CAPTAIN (2016) MAC HERMANN TROPHY WATCH LIST (2016) NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION FIRST TEAM (2015) ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (2015) TOPDRAWERSOCCER TEAM OF THE WEEK HONOREE (11/24/15) ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR (2015) 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region First Team...Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team (Forward)...TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week honoree (11/24)...Started 24 of 27 matches...Scored six game-winning goals...Over the final 17 games of the season, Schafer scored in nine games...Tallied at least one point in 11 of the final 17 games of the season...Finished the season with the team lead and Big Ten lead in goals (13) and points (30)...Dished out four assists...Scored twice in a 4-2 win over Arkansas (8/30)...Recorded the fastest Nittany Lion goal in 2015 - 5:00 - against UAlbany (11/13)...Tallied three-straight matches with a goal twice (10/8-10-15 & 11/1311/22)...Tied a career-high four shots against Loyola Marymount (8/23), Maryland (10/8) and Ohio State (11/22)...Netted a goal and an assist against Boston U (11/20). 2014 Started eight games in 24 appearances...Recorded six goals and five assists for 17 points on the season...Scored the game-winning goal twice: vs. UConn (8/29) and at Michigan (10/16)...Big Ten Freshman of the Week for her game-winner at Michigan... Three-point performance (one goal, one assist) vs. Bucknell (9/23)...Two-goal performance against UConn (8/29), resulting in Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week honors...Assisted on goals in back-to-back contests against Purdue (9/12) and Indiana (9/14)...Logged 1,300 minutes on the season, including 90 minutes vs. Iowa (10/26). BEFORE PENN STATE Earned four letters at Neshaminy for Head Coach Rachel Clemens...2014 Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year...Graduated with the school’s records in career goals scored (102) and assists (78)...Four-time All-Region, first team All-State and Suburban One National League Player of the Year honorees...Three-time NSCAA All-America and Bucks County courier Times Player of the Year picks...Two-year Pennsylvania State Coaches Association State Player of the Year and Philadelphia Inquirer Player of the Year selections...In 2014, scored 33 goals and tacked on 18 assists, both single season school records...Helped lead Neshaminy to a 25-0 record and Class AAA state title, scoring the overtime game-winner in the state title game...Also lettered in basketball and track and field.

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2014 Did not play 2015 2-0 0 1 1 0 2 Career 2-0 0 1 1 0 2 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) SCHREYER HONORS COLLEGE SCHOLAR 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...Made appearances in two matches...Tallied her first career point on an assist in her Nittany Lion debut against Indiana (10/11)...Played a careerhigh 19 minutes against Indiana (10/11). 2014 Did not play. BEFORE PENN STATE Played three years for Troy and head coach Justin Haviland...Helped the Flying Horses to the Big Ten Conference Championship in 2010, earning Big Ten Conference Player of the Year and New York All-State team accolades...Three-time Big Ten Conference first team selection. CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for FC Stars of Massachusetts in the ECNL under Head Coach Jason Dewhurst...Member of the Olympic Development Program since the age of 13... Attended the 2011 U-15 U.S. Soccer ODP Development Camp...Participated in the U.S. Soccer Federation Training Center in January and September 2012, and the ECNL Player Development Program in March 2013. PERSONAL Liisi Katherine Vink-Lainas was born on Sept 18, 1996, in Troy, New York...Parents are Susan and Paul Vink-Lainas and has one older brother, Erik...Biomedical engineering major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “Penn State, both on and off the field, provides tremendous opportunity to grow and learn. The environment around campus makes you feel like a family and I want nothing but to be part of it.”

CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for FC Bucks under head coach Ed Leigh...Team reached the 2012 ECNL Championship playoff bracket in 2012 and the Pennsylvania State Cup Championship in 2013. PERSONAL Megan Elizabeth Schafer was born on Aug. 19, 1996, in Philadelphia...Parents are Marianne and Rich Schafer...Has one brother, Richie, and a sister, Kristen...Grandfather played football, basketball and ran track at St. Joseph’s...Communication sciences and disorders major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “When I came on my first visit my sophomore year, I knew it was the perfect fit for me. It just has so much to offer. After graduating with a Penn State degree, I have a higher chance of finding a job quicker.”

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REDSHIRT SOPHOMORES/SOPHOMORES

30

Rose

CHANDLER

99:26 99:26

25

CAMPBELL-PHIPPS

Atlanta, Ga. ATLANTA COUNTRY DAY

Orlando, Fla. STATE COLLEGE AREA

RS Sophomore • GK • 5-8 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Sophomore • D • 5-6 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS Minutes Record SHO Saves Pct. GA GAA 2014 Redshirt Season 2015 5-0 Career 5-0

Taylor

0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0

3 .600 2 1.81 3 .600 2 1.81

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) CONCACAF FEMALE GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR NOMINEE (2015) CONCACAF 2015 U-20 CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLDEN GLOVE WINNER (2015) 2015 Academic All-Big Ten...CONCACAF Female Goalkeeper of the Year nominee... Played in five matches...Made a career-high two saves against Arkansas (8/30)... Helped keep three shutouts intact...Traveled to Spain to train with the U.S. U-20 team...Played in two matches with the U.S. U-20 team in Spain in October...A member of the U.S. U-20 team that won the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament in December...Started all five matches in net for the U.S.... Recorded three-straight shutouts to end the tournament...Won the Golden Glove award for her performance in net. 2014 Did not play. U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Took part in U.S. U-20 WNT training camps in July 2016, June 2016, May 2016, April 2016, March 2016, January 2016, July 2015 and October 2015...Joined the U.S. U-20 WNT for a training camp and pair of matches in Papua New Guinea (May 2016)...Traveled to La Manga, Spain, with the U.S. U-20 WNT for the 2016 La Manga Tournament (March 2016)...A member of the U.S. U-20 team that won the 2015 U-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament in December 2015...Started all five matches in net for the U.S....Recorded three-straight shutouts to end the tournament...Won the Golden Glove award for her performance in net at 2015 U-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament...Traveled with the U.S. U-20 WNT to Spain and played in two matches in October of 2015...Member of the 2014 U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team and was invited to camps from September 2014 to January 2015...Was a member of the U-18 team from August 2013 until July 2014...Invited to six U.S. U-17 or U-18 camps.

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Played in nine matches...Recorded a career-high 36 minutes against Indiana (10/11). BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the ODP Region III ’95 pool...Invited to the 2009 U.S. Soccer U14 National Identification Camp...Competed for State College Area High for two years... Won the District 6 Class AAA championship both years...Previously competed for The Woodlands (Texas) High for two years...Played for PDA ECNL U16 and U17 for two years...U16 team advanced to the 2012-13 National Finals and U17 team played in the 2013-14...Also competed with Challenge ECNL for two years...Named to the 2011-12 ECNL National Showcase U15 All-Event Team. PERSONAL Taylor Campbell-Phipps was born on Oct. 3, 1996, in Nashville, Tennessee...Parents are Jennifer and Vincent Phipps...Biobehavioral health major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because it was the perfect combination of academic rigor and a great athletic program.”

BEFORE PENN STATE Did not play soccer in high school. CLUB EXPERIENCE Competed for Concorde Fire under head coach James Harris. PERSONAL Full name is Rosemary Elizabeth Chandler...Born on Sept. 24, 1996, in Missoula, Montana, to parents Nick and Angela Chandler...Has two sisters: Rachel and Rebecca...Rebecca competed in track and cross country at Vanderbilt...Nutrition major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I fell in love with it the minute I arrived on campus. It has everything I want from a school with regards to soccer and academics.”

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SOPHOMORES Cecilia

24

KNAUB

17

ORTEGA JURADO

Phoenixville, Pa. PHOENIXVILLE

Waldgirmes, Germany RICARDA-HUCH SCHULE

Sophomore • M • 5-10 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Sophomore • F/M ••5-6 Redshirt Freshman MIDFIELD • 5-4

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Played in nine matches...Recorded a career-high 27 minutes against Indiana (10/11) and Illinois (11/1). BEFORE PENN STATE Invited to the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team training camp in August 2013... Earned three letters for Phoenixville Area...Two-time team captain...Phoenixville Area career assists leader (32)...Recorded 24 points her senior season when the team won the PAC-10 Frontier Division Championship and was a PIAA District 1 AA Finalist...All-Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association first team, Pennsylvania Female All-State Team, PAC-10 All-Academic Team honoree that season...Two-time All-PAC-10 and The Mercury Newspaper All-Area first team selection...Played for Penn Fusion Soccer Academy 96G for five years...Team went undefeated in 2012-13 en route to a North East Conference Championship. PERSONAL Cecilia Frances Knaub was born on Jan. 11, 1996, in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania... Parents are Jim Knaub and Kathy Knaub-Hardy...Kathy graduated from Penn State in 1984...Information sciences and technology major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the opportunity to compete for one of the top programs in the country and to be a part of the Penn State family.”

16

Alina

PENN STATE 2016 • WOMEN’S SOCCER

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 20-1 1 3 5 0 7 Career 20-1 1 3 5 0 7 BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (2015) 2015 Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team (Forward)...Appeared in 20 matches and started the season-opener against Hofstra (8/21)...Netted her first career point on an assist in a 4-2 victory over Arkansas (8/30)...Tallied back-to-back matches with at least one point (Iowa - 9/27 & Northwestern - 10/4)...Recorded a career-high two assists in a 5-1 victory over Iowa (9/27)...Scored her first career goal against Northwestern (10/4). BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the German U-15, U-17 and U-19 Women’s National Teams...A member of the 1. FFC Frankfurt soccer club that won the 2015 UEFA Women’s Champions League...Competed at the U-17 European Championship (2013) and U-19 European Championship (2015). PERSONAL Alina Ortega Jurado was born on April 22, 1997, in Wetzlar, Germany...Parents are Maria Mercedes Jurado Cabrera and Valentin Ortega Sañudo...Has an older sister, Samira…Psychology major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “It is the perfect place to develop myself in academics and athletics. As soon as I heard that there was any chance to become a part of Penn State, I knew that this was the best choice.”

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SOPHOMORES Marissa

27

SHEVA

Charlotte

12

WILLIAMS

Sellersville, Pa. PENNRIDGE

Rochester, N.Y. BRIGHTON

Sophomore • M • 5-3 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

Sophomore • M • 5-4 Redshirt Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-4

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 26-1 3 3 9 1 18 Career 26-1 3 3 9 1 18

CAREER STATS Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2015 27-10 3 7 13 1 42 Career 27-10 3 7 13 1 42

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK (10/27/15)

ALL-BIG TEN FRESHMAN TEAM (2015)

2015 Named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week (10/27)...Three goals and three assists on the season...Played in 26 matches, including a start against Michigan (10/28)... Tallied a career-high four shot attempts against Loyola Marymount (8/23)...Scored her first career goal in a 4-0 win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener (9/17)...Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory at Ohio State (10/24)...Tallied an assist in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Boston U (11/20).

2015 Named to the All-Big Ten Freshman Team (Midfield)...Played in all 27 matches, including 10 starts...Scored her first goal as a Nittany Lion against Loyola Marymount (8/23)...Tallied a career-high six shots against Loyola Marymount (8/23)...In the Big Ten opener against Wisconsin, Williams netted her first two career assists (9/17)... Scored in back-to-back matches against UAlbany (11/13) and Boston U (11/20) in the NCAA Tournament...Recorded back-to-back matches with at least one assist twice (9/25-9/27 & 11/20-22)...Tallied a career-high three points against Boston U (11/20)...Tallied three-straight matches with at least one point (11/13-22)...Her seven assists were tied for second on the team and in the Big Ten.

BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the U.S. U-14 and U-15 Women’s National Teams...Earned two letters for Pennridge in soccer...One of the most successful cross country runners in Pennridge history, holding the top-two spots in school history at the state championship meet...Also competed in outdoor track, where she finished 25th at the Foot Locker Nationals and seventh at the Northeast Regionals...Named first team all-league and all-district in 2011 when Pennridge was the league and district champion, and was the Pennsylvania state runner-up...Garnered first team all-league, all-district and allstate recognition when the team earned its second-straight league championship and was the district finalist...Played six years with Penn Fusion ’96 Gaels alongside fellow newcomer Cecilia Knaub...Led the 2014 and 2013 teams in points, recording 17 in 2014 and 20 in 2013...Team won the ECNL Northeast Conference in 2013 and the MidAtlantic Conference in 2012. PERSONAL Marissa Maeve Sheva was born on April 22, 1997, in Sellersville, Pennsylvania... Parents are Bryan and Bernadette...Has a younger brother, Cameron, and an older sister, Caitlyn...Caitlyn competed in track and cross country at East Carolina... Information sciences and technology major...Also competes for Penn State’s track and field team. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose PSU because I think it is the university that will help me be successful due to it being so competitive both academically and athletically.”

BEFORE PENN STATE Member of the 2012 USYS U-16 ODP Region 1 team...Over her four letter-winning seasons at Brighton, scored 47 goals and recorded 25 assists...2014 NSCAA AllAmerica pick following a 15-goal, two-assist senior season...Played in the High School All-American Game that year...Four-time All-State Class A honoree... Three-time All-Monroe County selection...2013 All-Greater Rochester and Monroe County Division II Player of the Year when she scored 13 goals, including a hat trick, and dished 11 assists...2012 second team all-state when the Barons won the New York Section V Class A championship...Played club for Revolution Empire and Penn Fusion...Attended Burke Mountain Academy in Vermont for three years from November to April where she skied competitively and was ranked sixth nationally among 1996-born athletes...Won the 2012 USSA National Junior Finals and placed fourth in the USSA Junior Olympics in 2011. PERSONAL Charlotte Marsh Williams was born in New York City on Sept. 27, 1996...Parents are Courtney and Alexander (Sandy) Williams...Sandy was a member of the United States ski team from 1982-92 and competed in the 1988 Winter Olympics and two world championships...Courtney participated in track for the University of Rochester...Has an older brother, Alex, and a younger sister, Elizabeth...Advertising/ public relations major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I feel that Penn State can provide me with the opportunity to fulfill my dreams.”

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FRESHMEN Amanda

00

DENNIS

Grace

2

FISK

San Diego, Calif. MURRIETA VALLEY

Bromley, London, England LANGLEY PARK

FreshmanFreshman • GK • 6-0 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4

FreshmanFreshman • D • 5-7• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

BEFORE PENN STATE Played varsity soccer, freshman year, for Murrieta Valley High School...Played for the Cal South Olympic Development Program (ODP) and won two national championships (2013-14) with the ‘98 age group...Ranked as the No. 2 goalkeeper, No. 10 regionally (Southern California) and No. 38 overall in the 2016 class by TopDrawerSoccer...2015 NSCAA All-American. U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE U.S. U-18 WNT training camp (July 2016)...U.S. U-19 WNT training camp (May 2016)...Recorded a pair of 1-0 victories in net for the U.S. U-18 WNT during the 2016 La Manga Tournament in La Manga, Spain (March 2016)...Trained with the U-20 U.S. Women’s National Team in Sept. 2015...A member of the U-14, U-15, U-17, U-18 and U-20 U.S. Women’s National Teams. PERSONAL Amanda Marie Dennis was born on May 25, 1998, in San Diego, California...Parents are Melissa and Mike Rouse...Siblings are Emily, Michael, and Nick...Kinesiology major.

BEFORE PENN STATE Played club soccer for Millwall Lionesses FC...A member of the England women’s national team at the U-19, U-18, U-17 and U-15 levels...Captained the U-19 England WNT to a 1-0 victory over the U.S. in July 2016...2016 U-19 European championship elites...Played in over 25 matches at the England youth level...U-17 European championship qualifiers, elites and finals (2014-15)...Named the Millwall Lionesses’ Young Player of the Year in 2015...2013 team captain of the Millwall Lionesses FC. PERSONAL Grace Rebecca Fisk was born on Jan. 5, 1998, in Bromley, London, England... Parents are Judith and Alan Fisk...Has a twin brother, Dominic, and an older sister Jessica...Liberal arts major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “Studying and playing soccer abroad is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and after speaking to the coaches and researching the academic standards, I knew Penn State was a perfect fit for me.”

WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the incredible coaching staff, the amazing soccer program, the high level academics, and the family-like environment.”

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FRESHMEN Laura

21

FREIGANG

Becca

16

HAMILTON

Oppenheim, Germany ST. KATHARINEN GYMNASIUM OPPENHEIM

Howell, N.J. HOWELL

FreshmanFreshman • M/F • 5-8 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4

FreshmanFreshman • D • 5-8• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

BEFORE PENN STATE Played club soccer for TSV Schott Mainz...A member of the German women’s national team at the U-20, U-19, U-17, U-16 and U-15 levels...Competed at the U-16 Nordic Cup Tournament, the U-17 World Cup and the U-19 European Championships... Tallied a goal in a 3-0 victory over Sweden in the 2014 U-16 Nordic Cup Tournament final...Received the 2015 bronze Fritz Walter Medal. PERSONAL Laura Freigang was born on Feb. 1, 1998, in Kiel, Germany...Parents are Ann Sascha and Helmut Freigang...Has one brother, Lucas, and two half-brothers, David and Pascal...Communications major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I want to have the college experience and play soccer on a professional level. As I visited the campus I had the feeling that it is the perfect place for me to develop both as a player and as a person.”

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BEFORE PENN STATE Played high school soccer for Howell High School...During her time with Howell soccer, Hamilton was a four-time letterwinner...Named the Howell High School Rookie of the Year (2012)...Two-time team captain...Three-time team MVP...Two-time First Team All-Shore Conference honoree (2014-15)...Received all-state honors in 2015...Also was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and golf...Played club soccer for PDA...PDA won the ECNL National Championship in 2015...Two-time ECNL conference champions (2014-15)...Was named to the TopDrawerSoccer 2015 ECNL National Finals U17 Best XI. PERSONAL Rebecca Hamilton was born on Aug. 26, 1998, in Red Bank, New Jersey...Parents are David and Michelle...Siblings are Brittany and Marissa...Business major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “From the moment I first walked onto the beautiful campus it felt like home. Penn State has a great academic reputation that will set me up to succeed in life. I really respect the coaching staff because of their passion, winning mentality and competitive drive to win championships. Penn State provides everything I’m looking for.”

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FRESHMEN Emma

6

HASCO

34

MOROI

Upper St. Clair, Pa. UPPER ST. CLAIR

New Albany, Ohio NEW ALBANY

FreshmanFreshman • M • 5-8• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

FreshmanFreshman • F • 5-5 • MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

BEFORE PENN STATE Played high school soccer at Upper St. Clair…Scored both goals in a 2-1 victory in the 2015 PIAA State championship match for Upper St. Clair…Individual honors include: 2015 Pennsylvania State, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tribune Review, and The Almanac Player of the Year…Three-time all-district honoree…Named all-WPIAL three times…Two-time all-state member...Two-time regional All-American…2015 NSCAA All-American…TeamSnap Fall 2015 All-America First Team…Played club soccer for Beadling Soccer Club…2014 USYS National Championship Best XI… Led her team to the 2014 Region II Championship…Six-time State Cup champions. PERSONAL Emma Margot Hasco was born on Nov. 3, 1997, in Plano, Texas…Parents are Michael and Buffy Hasco…Has two sisters, Sophie and Grace…Business major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “Between the strong academics, beautiful campus, top soccer program, and worldclass coaches, I knew it couldn’t get any better than Penn State.”

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Madison

PENN STATE 2016 • WOMEN’S SOCCER

BEFORE PENN STATE Did not play high school soccer...Played club soccer for Ohio Premier...Her club team finished fifth in the nation in 2013...Ohio Premier won back-to-back USYSA Ohio State Cup titles. PERSONAL Madison Takara Moroi was born on Oct. 7, 1997, in New Albany, Ohio...Parents are Cora Moroi and Shige Moroi...Has one sibling, Morgan...Science major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “Penn State has a strong reputation for athletic excellence and a dream of mine is to play for a top NCAA Division I soccer program and hopefully contribute to a national championship. The coaches and players at Penn State are the top in women’s soccer and are great people. In my communications and visits they made me feel comfortable and motivated; and they are mentors I hope to emulate one day. When I stayed at the Penn State Women’s Soccer ID Camp, it felt like home to me; and I knew then that I wanted to be a Nittany Lion!”

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FRESHMEN Bristol

28

PIZZUTO

Laura

33

SUERO

Whitehouse Station, N.J. HUNTERDON CENTRAL

Royersford, Pa. SPRING-FORD

FreshmanFreshman • GK • 6-1 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4

FreshmanFreshman • D • 5-6• MIDFIELD • 5-4 Redshirt

BEFORE PENN STATE Played high school soccer for Hunterdon Central...Played club soccer for PDA Nitro...Her club team finished as a semifinalist in the National Premier League in 2015...Three-year starter in net for Hunterdon Central...Tallied 264 saves in her high school career and recorded 28 shutouts...Recorded 98 saves and 10 shutouts during her senior year for Hunterdon Central...2015 Hunterdon Democrat All-Area Team... Named the 2015 Hunterdon Democrat Player of the Year...Hunterdon Central won the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex county title three times. PERSONAL Bristol Pizzuto was born on July 15, 1998, in New Brunswick, New Jersey...Parents are Carmen and Debbie...Has five siblings, Jen, Michelle, Emily, Charlotte and Isabelle...Science major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “When I got the opportunity to commit to Penn State it was like a dream come true. The academics along with the campus are great! What really sold me was training with the outstanding coaching staff at the summer camp, meeting the team, and getting a feel of the life of a Penn State women’s soccer player. The coaches and everyone who works with you at Penn State really care about you and want you to excel to the best of your ability. After visiting the school, I knew nothing could top it.”

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BEFORE PENN STATE Played high school soccer for Spring-Ford...Spring Ford won the PAC 10 Tournament twice (2013-14)...2015 PAC 10 Liberty Division champions...2013 PIAA AAA state finalists...PIAA AAA state quarterfinalists in 2014 and 2015...Four-time recipient of the team defensive MVP award...PAC-10 Second Team All-Conference as a freshman (2012)...Three-time PAC-10 First Team All-Conference honoree (2013-15)...Threetime Pottstown Mercury All-Area First Team (2013-15)...Two-time All Southeastern Pennsylvania Team (2014-15)...2014 Gatorade Player of the Year Nominee...2015 Pottstown Mercury All-Area Player of the Year...2015 East All-American Team... Played club soccer for FC Bucks Freedom...FC Bucks Freedom made the national final eight in 2013 and won the Northeast Conference championship in 2014. PERSONAL Laura Emma Suero was born on Jan. 20, 1998, in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania... Parents are Beth and Neil...Has one sibling, Nicholas...Recreation, park and tourism management major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because they have an amazing academic program, a high level soccer program, and the best coaching staff. Also, the atmosphere at Penn State is welcoming and I knew it was the school for me.”

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FRESHMEN Sarafina

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VALENTI Bechtelsville, Pa. BOYERTOWN FreshmanFreshman • GK • 5-6 Redshirt • MIDFIELD • 5-4 BEFORE PENN STATE Played high school soccer for Boyertown...Four-time Pac-10 First Team AllConference honoree (2012-15)...2015 All-Southeast Pennsylvania All-State Team...2015 Regional All-American...Reading Eagle’s Tri-County Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2015...Tallied 52 shutouts during her four-year career in net for Boyertown...Played club soccer for Berks Ajax...During her time with Berks Ajax, Valenti won numerous championships, including the 2015 Bloomberg U-17 Showcase, 2015 U-17 Mason-Dixon Cup, 2014 Horizon Indoor Cup and the 2014 FC Delco Players Cup - Premier Division. PERSONAL Sarafina Rosemarie Valenti was born on Aug. 8, 1998, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania... Parents are Isabella & the late Thomas Valenti...Has four siblings, Isabella, Nicole, Angela and Marie...Engineering major. WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE “Penn State has one of the top engineering programs in the country. The women’s soccer program is second to none. My oldest sister graduated from Penn State as a bio-medical engineer and I have always loved coming here to visit her.”

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2015 Penn State Women's Soccer Penn State Overall Individual Statistics (as of May 16, 2016) All games

2015 SEASON STATS

Overall: 22-3-2 Conf: 8-2-1 Home: 14-1-1 Away: 6-2-1 Neut: 2-0-0 ## 4 9 16 10 11 23 12 27 7 1 14 17 15 3 2 19 5 21 30 28 25 24 22 6

# 28 30 TM

Player

Schafer, Megan Crouse, Frannie Weber, Mallory Ogle, Emily Rodriguez, Raquel Driesse, Nickolette Williams, Charlotte Sheva, Marissa Ball, Elizabeth Basinger, Brittany Jean, Ellie Ortega-Jurado, Alina Echard, Haleigh Riehl, Kaleigh Ritchey, Megan Vink-Lainas, Liisi Elliston, Maddie Chase, Teddy Chandler, Rose Eckerstrom, Britt Campbell-Phipps, Tay Knaub, Cecilia Clauss, Isabelle Witte, Anna Total Opponents

Goalie

gp-gs

27-24 27-25 27-26 27-27 27-27 27-20 27-10 26-1 27-27 27-27 26-21 20-1 26-0 27-27 6-0 2-0 18-7 9-0 5-0 27-27 9-0 9-0 3-0 1-0 27 27

gp-gs

Eckerstrom, Britt Chandler, Rose Team Total Opponents

27-27 5-0 27 27

min

1825 1782 1756 2098 2062 1417 1347 964 2318 1937 1757 533 697 2360 71 30 1179 198 100 2370 132 175 21 10 -

g

13 11 8 7 6 4 3 3 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 14

a

pts

sh

4 30 47 7 29 77 11 27 50 5 19 31 6 18 56 6 14 38 7 13 42 3 9 18 0 6 23 2 6 10 6 6 10 3 5 7 0 4 30 2 4 2 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 194 444 15 43 216

Goal Average min ga gaavg

2370:34 99:26 0:00 2470:00 2470:00

12 2 0 14 64

0.46 1.81 0.00 0.51 2.33

sh% sog sog% yc

.277 25 .532 0 .143 40 .519 0 .160 23 .460 1 .226 17 .548 0 .107 18 .321 0 .105 15 .395 0 .071 17 .405 0 .167 8 .444 0 .130 8 .348 2 .200 5 .500 0 .000 5 .500 0 .143 4 .571 0 .067 16 .533 0 .500 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .144 204 .459 5 .065 86 .398 10 Saves saves

68 3 1 72 140

pct

.850 .600 1.000 .837 .686

rc gwg pk-att

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

w

22 0 0 22 3

6 4 4 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1

fg

4 5 6 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 5

ot hat gtg foul

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 164 1 185

cnr

0 0 1 88 12 45 3 1 0 0 0 9 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

Record Shots l t sho/cbo faced

3 0 0 3 22

2 0 0 2 2

12/0 0/0 3/0 15 4

202 12 0 214 442

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Penn State Opponents Shots by Period Penn State Opponents Saves by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2 Total

Corners by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2 Total

1st 2nd

OT OT2 Total

Fouls by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd

OT OT2 Total

1st 2nd

OT OT2 Total

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

32 4

32 10

224 209 82 132 32 66

39 72

0 0 4 1 1 1

0 0 7 1

0 1

64 14

444 216 72 140

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96 33

70 49

69 93 72 106

0 0 1 3

1 0 1 4

PSU 21856 16/1366 2/11176

167 82

164 185 Opponent 7670 9/852

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2015 Penn State Women's Soccer Penn State Game Results (as of Mar 25, 2016) All games

2015 SEASON RESULTS

Date Aug 21

Opponent HOFSTRA

W

Aug 23

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

W

Aug 28

#21 DUKE ARKANSAS

W

at #12 West Virginia at #2 Stanford

W

Aug 30

Sep 04 Sep 11 Sep 13

24

*

Sep 17

*

Sep 20

*

Sep 25

*

at Santa Clara WISCONSIN

TO2

L

W W

Score Overall 2-1 1-0-0

Conf 0-0-0

4-2

2-0-0

0-0-0

0-0 4-2

2-0-1 3-0-1

0-0-0 0-0-0

0-1 2-0

3-1-1 4-1-1

0-0-0 0-0-0

1-0 4-0

5-1-1 6-1-1

0-0-0 1-0-0

6-2-1 6-2-2 7-2-2

1-1-0 1-1-1 2-1-1

Sep 27

MINNESOTA at Nebraska at IOWA

W

0-1 1-1 5-1

*

Oct 04

at #24 Northwestern

W

3-0

8-2-2

3-1-1

*

Oct 08 Oct 11

MARYLAND INDIANA

W

*

W

1-0 4-0

9-2-2 10-2-2

4-1-1 5-1-1

*

Oct 15

at Purdue

W

2-1

11-2-2

6-1-1

*

Oct 18 Oct 24

at #25 Rutgers at Ohio State

L

*

W

0-1 2-1

11-3-2 12-3-2

6-2-1 7-2-1

*

Oct 28

MICHIGAN

W

3-1

13-3-2

8-2-1

Nov 01

ILLINOIS

W

3-1

14-3-2

8-2-1

Nov 06

MICHIGAN #7 RUTGERS

W

Nov 08

W

1-0 2-0

15-3-2 16-3-2

8-2-1 8-2-1

Nov 13

ALBANY

W

5-0

17-3-2

8-2-1

Nov 20

BOSTON U

W

6-0

18-3-2

8-2-1

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L TO2

Att. Goals scored 3175 Weber, Mallory (Jean, Ellie) Ogle, Emily (unassisted) 1028 Weber, Mallory (unassisted) Crouse, Frannie (Weber, Mallory) Williams, Charlotte (Driesse, Nickolette) Schafer, Megan (Driesse, Nickolette) 4207 2104 Weber, Mallory (Rodriguez, Raquel) Crouse, Frannie (Weber, Mallory) Schafer, Megan (Ogle, Emily) Schafer, Megan (Ortega-Jurado, Alina) 1445 1436 Crouse, Frannie (Schafer, Megan) Basinger, Brittany (Crouse, Frannie) 250 Weber, Mallory (unassisted) 958 Weber, Mallory (Jean, Ellie) Schafer, Megan (Williams, Charlotte) Sheva, Marissa (Rodriguez, Raquel) Crouse, Frannie (Williams, Charlotte) 1075 1486 Ogle, Emily (Weber, Mallory;Williams, Charlotte) 531 Crouse, Frannie (Weber, Mallory;Williams, Charlotte) Schafer, Megan (Rodriguez, Raquel) Driesse, Nickolette (Ortega-Jurado, Alina) Crouse, Frannie (Elliston, Maddie) Sheva, Marissa (Ortega-Jurado, Alina) 291 Weber, Mallory (Schafer, Megan) Rodriguez, Raquel (unassisted) Ortega-Jurado, Alina (unassisted) 754 Schafer, Megan (Weber, Mallory) 1652 Rodriguez, Raquel (Crouse, Frannie) Weber, Mallory (Driesse, Nickolette;Sheva, Marissa) Schafer, Megan (Ogle, Emily) Ball, Elizabeth (Vink-Lainas, Liisi) 437 Schafer, Megan (Jean, Ellie) Rodriguez, Raquel (Ogle, Emily;Weber, Mallory) 1205 589 Schafer, Megan (Crouse, Frannie) Sheva, Marissa (unassisted) 351 Rodriguez, Raquel (Driesse, Nickolette;Weber, Mallory) Schafer, Megan (unassisted) Driesse, Nickolette (Weber, Mallory;Riehl, Kaleigh) 821 Driesse, Nickolette (Schafer, Megan;Weber, Mallory) Weber, Mallory (Crouse, Frannie) Crouse, Frannie (Williams, Charlotte;Sheva, Marissa) 778 Crouse, Frannie (Jean, Ellie) 1230 Ball, Elizabeth (Rodriguez, Raquel;Driesse, Nickolette) Ogle, Emily (unassisted) 622 Schafer, Megan (unassisted) Basinger, Brittany (Ogle, Emily;Rodriguez, Raquel) Ogle, Emily (Rodriguez, Raquel;Crouse, Frannie) Ogle, Emily (Weber, Mallory) Williams, Charlotte (unassisted) 1224 Crouse, Frannie (Schafer, Megan;Riehl, Kaleigh) Driesse, Nickolette (Sheva, Marissa)

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Nov 08

MICHIGAN #7 RUTGERS

Nov 13

ALBANY

Nov 20

BOSTON U

Nov 06

W W

1-0 2-0

15-3-2 16-3-2

Crouse, Frannie (Williams, Charlotte;Sheva, Marissa) 778 Crouse, Frannie (Jean, Ellie) 1230 Ball, Elizabeth (Rodriguez, Raquel;Driesse, Nickolette) Ogle, Emily (unassisted) 622 Schafer, Megan (unassisted) Basinger, Brittany (Ogle, Emily;Rodriguez, Raquel) Ogle, Emily (Rodriguez, Raquel;Crouse, Frannie) Ogle, Emily (Weber, Mallory) Williams, Charlotte (unassisted) 1224 Crouse, Frannie (Schafer, Megan;Riehl, Kaleigh) Driesse, Nickolette (Sheva, Marissa)

8-2-1 8-2-1

5-0 17-3-2 8-2-1 2015 SEASON RESULTS W

W

6-0

18-3-2

8-2-1

Nov 22

OHIO STATE

W

4-0

19-3-2

8-2-1

760

Nov 28

#4 WEST VIRGINIA

W

2-0

20-3-2

8-2-1

1117

Dec 04

vs #9 Rutgers

W

2-0

21-3-2

8-2-1

11676

Dec 06

vs #20 Duke

W

1-0

22-3-2

8-2-1

10676

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 22-3-2 8-2-1 14-1-1 6-2-1 2-0 0-0-2

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

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Dates 27 16 9 2

Total 51878 21856 7670 22352

Schafer, Megan (Basinger, Brittany;Crouse, Frannie) Williams, Charlotte (Crouse, Frannie;Basinger, Brittany) Ball, Elizabeth (Ritchey, Megan) Echard, Haleigh (Ritchey, Megan;Williams, Charlotte) Schafer, Megan (Jean, Ellie) Rodriguez, Raquel (Ogle, Emily) Ogle, Emily (Williams, Charlotte) Echard, Haleigh (Driesse, Nickolette) Ogle, Emily (unassisted) Crouse, Frannie (Jean, Ellie) Crouse, Frannie (unassisted) Riehl, Kaleigh (unassisted) Rodriguez, Raquel (Weber, Mallory)

Avg. 1921 1366 852 11176

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NITTANY LION BIG TEN TOURNAMENT HISTORY Season/Site Round PSU Opponent Result 1994 at Wisconsin Quarters #2 #7 Michigan T * 1995 at Indiana Quarters #3 #6 Michigan State W Semis #2 Wisconsin L 1996 at Ohio State Quarters #2 #7 Indiana L 1997 at Minnesota Quarters #3 #6 Wisconsin W Semis #2 Michigan L 1998 at Penn State Quarters #1 #8 Illinois W Semis #5 Michigan W Final #7 Ohio State W 1999 at Indiana Quarters #1 #8 Wisconsin W Semis #4 Minnesota W Final #2 Michigan L 2000 at Illinois Quarters #1 #8 Minnesota W Semis #4 Illinois W Final #3 Michigan W 2001 at Purdue Quarters #1 #8 Northwestern W Semis #4 Ohio State W Final #3 Illinois W 2002 at Michigan State Quarters #1 #8 Illinois L 2003 at Wisconsin Quarters #1 #8 Wisconsin T # 2004 at Ohio State Quarters #1 #8 Indiana W Semis #4 Illinois W Final #2 Ohio State L 2005 at Michigan Quarters #1 #8 Michigan T @ 2006 at Penn State Quarters #1 #8 Northwestern W Semis #5 Michigan W Final #2 Illinois W 2007 at Minnesota Quarters #1 #8 Iowa W Semis #5 Ohio State T ^ 2008 at Iowa Quarters #1 #8 Iowa W Semis #4 Michigan State W Final #2 Minnesota W 2009 No Big Ten Tournament Held 2010 No Big Ten Tournament Held 2011 at Northwestern Quarters #1 #8 Northwestern W Semis #5 Minnesota W Final #2 Illinois L 2012 at Indiana Quarters #1 #8 Iowa W Semis #5 Illinois L 2013 at Illinois Quarters #3 #6 Wisconsin W Semis #7 Iowa L 2014 at Purdue Quarters #1 #8 Northwestern L 2015 at Penn State Quarters #1 #8 Illinois W Semis #1 #5 Michigan W Finals #1 #3 Rutgers W Totals 20 Tournaments 43 games

Score Champion 1-1 (OT) Wisconsin 1-0 Minnesota 0-1 0-1 Indiana 3-1 Michigan 1-3 1-0 PENN STATE 3-1 2-0 3-0 Michigan 2-1 2-4 1-0 PENN STATE 2-1 (3OT) 1-0 (3OT) 3-0 PENN STATE 2-0 2-1 (OT) 3-4 Ohio State 0-0 (2OT) Illinois 2-0 Ohio State 3-2 0-2 3-3 (2OT) Wisconsin 3-2 PENN STATE 2-0 3-1 3-1 Purdue 2-2 (2OT) 2-1 PENN STATE 1-0 2-1 3-0 3-1 1-2 (OT) 2-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 0-1 3-1 1-0 2-0 29-10-4

Illinois Ohio State Nebraska Wisconsin PENN STATE 6 Titles

* – Michigan advanced on penalty kicks, 3-1; # – Wisconsin advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3; @ – Michigan advanced on penalty kicks, 4-2; ^ – Ohio State advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4

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2015 BIG TEN LEADERS/HONORS 2015 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

2015 TEAM LEADERS

POINTS 1. Megan Schafer (PSU) 2. Frannie Crouse (PSU) 3. Jannelle Flaws (ILL) 4. Mallory Weber (PSU) 5. Alex Anthony (MD) Maddy Williams (PUR) Colby Ciarrocca (RU)

Games Points 27 30 27 29 19 28 27 27 18 22 18 22 26 22

GOALS 1. Megan Schafer (PSU) 2. Jannelle Flaws, Illinois 3. Frannie Crouse (PSU) 4. Simone Kolander (MINN) Alex Anthony (MD)

Games Goals 27 13 19 11 27 11 22 10 18 10

ASSISTS 1. Mallory Weber (PSU) 2. Charlotte Williams (PSU) Frannie Crouse (PSU) Lindsay Agnew (OSU) Nichelle Prince (OSU) Nikki Walts (OSU) Addie Steiner (NU) Christina Murillo (MICH)

Games Assists 27 11 27 7 27 7 23 7 23 7 23 7 22 7 21 7

GAME-WINNERS 1. Simone Kolander (MINN) Megan Schafer (PSU) 2. Jannelle Flaws (ILL) 3. Alex Anthony (MD) Colby Ciarrocca (RU) Mallory Weber (PSU) Frannie Crouse (PSU)

Games GWG 22 6 27 6 19 5 18 4 26 4 27 4 27 4

SAVES 1. Hannah Clark (IOWA) 2. Sarah Stone (IND) 3. Claire Wheatley (ILL) 4. Lauren Clem (NU) Casey Murphy (RU)

Games Saves 18 105 19 93 19 86 22 80 26 80

GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. Casey Murphy (RU) 2. Britt Eckerstrom (PSU) 3. Lauren Clem (NU) 4. Gabrielle Gauruder (MSU) 5. Tarah Hobbs (MINN) SHUTOUTS 1. Casey Murphy (RU) 2. Britt Eckerstrom (PSU) 3. Lauren Clem (NU) 4. Tarah Hobbs (MINN) 5. Caitlyn Clem (WIS)

Min. 2402:23 2370:34 2048:37 1617:17 1963:54

GAA 0.37 0.46 0.66 0.72 0.82

Games Shutouts 26 19 27 12 22 11 22 10 20 9

2015 BIG TEN HONORS

POINTS 1. PENN STATE 2. Rutgers 3. Minnesota 4. Michigan 5. Ohio State

Games Points 27 194 26 114 22 107 21 105 23 101

Coach of the Year: Forward of the Year: Midfielder of the Year: Defender of the Year: Goalkeeper of the Year: Freshman of the Year:

GOALS 1. PENN STATE 2. Rutgers 3. Minnesota 4. Michigan 5. Ohio State

Games Goals 27 64 26 40 22 38 21 36 23 34

ASSISTS 1. PENN STATE 2. Rutgers 3. Michigan 4. Ohio State 5. Minnesota SAVES 1. Iowa 2. Ohio State 3. Indiana 4. Illinois 5. Rutgers

Games Assists 27 66 26 34 21 33 23 33 22 31

FIRST TEAM Ani Sarkisian Simone Kolander Mallory Weber Corinne Harris Raquel Rodriguez Rose Lavelle Christina Murillo Mary Kathryn Fiebernitz Brianne Reed Erica Skroski Casey Murphy SECOND TEAM Jannelle Flaws Addie Steiner Megan Schafer Josee Stiever Emily Ogle Victoria Pickett Rashida Beal Jaylyn Odermann Kaleigh Riehl Brianna Stelzer Caitlyn Clem

GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. Rutgers 2. PENN STATE 3. Northwestern 4. Michigan State 5. Minnesota

Games Saves 18 110 23 98 19 95 19 86 26 84 Min. 2402:23 2740:00 2058:44 1707:17 2043:54

GAA .374 .510 .655 .723 .836

SHUTOUTS 1. Rutgers 2. PENN STATE 3. Northwestern 4. Minnesota 5. Michigan Wisconsin

Games Shutouts 26 19 27 15 22 12 22 10 21 9 20 9

CORNER KICKS 1. PENN STATE 2. Rutgers 3. Michigan 4. Minnesota 4. Wisconsin

Games Corner Kicks 27 167 26 145 21 143 22 132 20 108

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ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Reilly Martin Lexy Warner April Bockin Alina Ortega Jurado Molly Fiedler Marisa Viggiano Sarah Roberts Charlotte Williams Kate Walters Victoria Pickett Sura Yekka Kayla Sharples Ellie Jean Kaleigh Riehl Kenie Wright ` Devon Kerr

Paula Wilkins (WIS) Simone Kolander (MINN) Rose Lavelle (WIS) Erica Skroski (RU) Casey Murphy (RU) Victoria Pickett (WIS) F F F MF MF MF D D D D GK

Michigan Minnesota Penn State Michigan Penn State Wisconsin Michigan Michigan State Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers

F F F MF MF MF D D D D GK

Illinois Northwestern Penn State Minnesota Penn State Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska Penn State Wisconsin Wisconsin

F F F F MF MF MF MF MF MF D D D D D GK

Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Penn State Minnesota Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Rutgers Wisconsin Michigan Northwestern Penn State Penn State Rutgers Ohio State

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD HONORS Anastasia Medellin Emily Basten Hannah Clark Rachelle Beanlands Corinne Harris Sarah Kovan Kellie McGahn Alli Peterson Nandi Mehta Sydney Dudley Teddy Chase Kim Love Maggie Morash Holly Heckendorf

Illinois Indiana Iowa Maryland Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Rutgers Wisconsin

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NITTANY LIONS ON NATIONAL TEAMS UNITED STATES TEAMS U-23 National Team U-23 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

BRITTANY BASINGER Nordic Tournament Training Camp FIFA U-20 World Cup CONCACAF Championship Training Camp

UNITED STATES TEAMS (Continued) June 2016 May 2016 August 2014 January 2014 December 2013

Senior National Team

AMANDA BROWN Training Camp

U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

ROSE CHANDLER Training Camp July 2016 Training Camp June 2016 Training Camp May 2016 Training Camp April 2016 La Manga Tournament March 2016 Training Camp January 2016 CONCACAF U-20 World Cup December 2015 Training Camp October 2015 Training Camp July 2015 Training Camp January 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup August 2014

U-20 National Team

KORI CHAPIC Training Camp

Senior National Team

KELLY CONVEY Training Camp

2000

U-20 National Team

TANI COSTA Team Training Camp

2009

U-18 National Team U-19 National Team U-18 National Team

AMANDA DENNIS Training Camp Training Camp La Manga Tournament

July 2016 May 2016 March 2016

U-21 National Team

HEIDI DRUMMOND Training Camp

2002, 2003

U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

MADDIE ELLISTON Training Camp July 2016 Training Camp June 2016 Training Camp May 2016 Training Camp April 2016 La Manga Tournament March 2016 Training Camp January 2016 U-20 WNT NTC Invitational June 2015 10 Nations U-19 International Tournament March 2015 Training Camp January 2015

U-21 National Team U-21 National Team U-21 National Team U-19 National Team U-21 National Team

SHEREE GRAY Member Nordic Cup in Finland England Tour Member Nordic Cup in Finland

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May 2011

2006 2006 February 2006 2003, 2004 2003

U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

MAYA HAYES FIFA U-20 World Cup Japan Friendlies CONCACAF Championship Japan Friendlies Training Camp FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Championship

U-20 National Team

MELISSA HAYES Team Training Camp

April 2008

U-20 National Team

BRI HOVINGTON Training Camp

January 2011

U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

ELLIE JEAN Training Camp Training Camp Training Camp Training Camp La Manga Tournament Training Camp

July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 July 2015

Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team U-21 National Team U-21 National Team

ALI KRIEGER Rio Olympics August 2016 Send-off Series July 2016 Pre-Olympic Tune-Up June 2016 International Friendlies vs. Colombia April 2016 SheBelieves Cup March 2016 Olympic Qualifying February 2016 Training Camp January 2016 Victory Tour August-December 2015 FIFA World Cup June-July 2015 Send-off Series May 2015 Algarve Cup March 2015 European Tour February 2015 World Cup Training Camp January 2015 International Tournament of Brasilia December 2014 Olympic Qualifying October 2014 International Friendlies April-September 2014 Algarve Cup March 2014 Algarve Cup March 2013 Olympic Qualifying January 2012 FIFA World Cup June-July 2011 Series vs. Japan May 2011 World Cup Training Camp April 2011 English Tour March 2011 Sweden Friendlies January 2011 World Cup Qualifying October 2010 Germany Friendly May 2010 Alternate for Olympics August 2008 Four Nations Tournament in China January 2008 Nordic Cup in Finland July 2007 Training Camp 2005, 2007

Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team U-21 National Team Senior National Team U-21 National Team

JOANNA LOHMAN Training Camp 2008 World Cup Send-Off Series June 2007 Four Nations Tournament in China January 2007 Queen Peace Cup in South Korea November 2006 Training Camp 2004-007 Nordic Cup in Finland 2002, 2003 Algarve Cup in Portugal March 2001 Training Camp 2000, 2003-05

August 2012 June 2012 March 2012 June 2011 January 2011 July 2010 January 2010

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NITTANY LIONS ON NATIONAL TEAMS UNITED STATES TEAMS (Continued) Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team Senior National Team U-23 National Team Senior National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

ALYSSA NAEHER Rio Olympics August 2016 Send-off Series July 2016 Pre-Olympic Tune-Up June 2016 International Friendlies vs. Colombia April 2016 SheBelieves Cup March 2016 Olympic Qualifying February 2016 Training Camp January 2016 Victory Tour August-December 2015 FIFA World Cup June-July 2015 Algarve Cup March 2015 International Tournament of Brasilia December 2014 International Friendlies August-September 2014 Training Camp November 2013 World Cup Training Camp April 2011 Four Nations Tournament February 2011 Training Camp January 2010 FIFA U-20 World Cup November 2008 CONCACAF Championship June 2008 Cyprus Women’s Cup March 2008 Pan Am Games July 2007 Training Camp 2007

Senior National Team U-23 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team Senior National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

CHRISTINE NAIRN World Cup Training Camp Four Nations Tournament FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Championship Canada Friendlies FIFA World Cup CONCACAF Championship Cyprus Women’s Cup Pan Am Games Training Camp

U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team U-20 National Team

EMILY OGLE Training Camp July 2016 Training Camp June 2016 Training Camp May 2016 Training Camp April 2016 La Manga Tournament March 2016 Training Camp January 2016 Training Camp July 2015 U-20 WNT NTC Invitational June 2015 10 Nations U-19 International Tournament March 2015 Training Camp January 2015

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EMILY OLEKSIUK Nordic Cup in Norway Mexican Tour Champions Algarve Cup in Portugal Training Camp France Tour Training Camp

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DENAY RILEY England Tour KATIE SCHOEPFER Four Nations Tournament Four Nations Cup Northern Ireland/England Tour England Friendly Training Camp

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TAYLOR SCHRAM FIFA World Cup

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DANIELLE TONEY Oregon Training Camp

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MALLORY WEBER Training Camp CONCACAF Championship

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TIFFANY WEIMER Training Camp Nordic Cup in Finland Training Camp England Tour

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HOLLY LINCOLN Pan-American Games

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ERIN MCLEOD Olympic Qualifying February 2016 Training Camp February 2016 Training Camp January 2016 Torneio Internacional de Natal December 2015 Training Camp December 2015 FIFA World Cup June-July 2015 International Friendlies May 2014-June 2015 Cyprus Women’s Cup March 2015 Training Camps December 2012-June 2013 London Olympics July 2012 Olympic Qualifying January 2012 Olympic Training Camp May 2012 FIFA World Cup June-July 2011 World Cup Training Camp May 2011 European Friendlies April 2011 Training Camp and Friendlies May-June 2010 U.S. Friendly May 2009 Beijing Olympics August 2008 Peace Queen Cup June 2008 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying April 2008 FIFA World Cup September 2007 Queen Peace Cup in South Korea November 2006 FIFA World Cup Fall 2003 Algarve Cup in Portugal May 2003 FIFA U-19 World Cup August 2002

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1977 • January: A group of female athletes organized the International Soccer Club – Women’s Division on campus. 1979 • January: The University formally recognized women’s soccer as an independent club sport. 1993 • November: In its final club season, Penn State compiled a 7-5-1 record. Seven team members made the varsity roster in 1994. 1994 • January 7: Patrick Farmer was hired as the first head coach of Penn State women’s soccer after a very successful career at Ithaca College. • September 3: The Nittany Lions took the field for the first time, losing at James Madison, 4-1. Freshman Rachel Hoffman recorded the team’s first-ever goal. • September 11: Penn State claimed its first women’s soccer victory with a 4-1 win at Towson State. • September 18: With a 2-1 win over Indiana, PSU won its first home game at Jeffrey Field while recording its first Big Ten win. • October 7: Unranked Penn State registered its first upset of a nationally-ranked foe, knocking off No. 8 Wisconsin, 3-0, in Madison, Wis. • November 4: Following the inaugural season, the Lions participated in their first-ever Big Ten Tournament. 1995 • October 10: Penn State jumped into the national spotlight, receiving its first national ranking. The Lions debuted at No. 17 in Soccer America’s poll and No. 22 in the NSCAA coaches’ poll. • November 3: After finishing the regular season third in Big Ten play, the Lions won their first Big Ten Tournament game with a 1-0 sweep of Michigan State. • November 11: The Nittany Lions competed in their first NCAA Tournament, losing to James Madison, 2-1, in first round action at Jeffrey Field.

1996 • November 12: Moving up the national poll, the Nittany Lions finished the season with their then-highest national ranking to date at No. 9 by the coaches. • November 17: On the road, Penn State claimed its first NCAA Tournament victory with a 2-0 shutout at No. 19 George Mason. 1997 • August 3: Making international history, Penn State became the first American women’s team to play in England’s Wembley Stadium. The Nittany Lions lost to the London Select Team, 3-2, before 40,000 fans. Junior Carole Dutchka became only the second American and first-ever American woman to score a goal in Wembley. • November 16: Senior Rachel Hoffman concluded her PSU career as the Lions’ most decorated player. The four-time All-Big Ten and NSCAA All-Region selection ended her fouryear stint as the Big Ten’s all-time scoring leader. She also set every PSU career scoring mark. 1998 • September 4: Freshman Bonnie Young recorded the Lions’ first-ever hat trick in a 3-0 upset of No. 18 Maryland. Sophomore Jeannine Verdrager assisted on each goal. • October 5: Penn State received its thenhighest national ranking at No. 6, a spot it held onto for two weeks. • October 18: With a 4-2 win at No. 20 Wisconsin, Penn State clinched its first-ever Big Ten Championship with a 7-1-1 record. • November 8: The Nittany Lions claimed their first-ever Big Ten Tournament title with a 2-0 shutout of Ohio State. The game was also televised by Fox Sports Chicago, marking the first-ever broadcast of a women’s soccer match from Jeffrey Field. • November 29: The Nittany Lions advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals, losing to eventual national champion Florida, 3-1, in Gainesville. • December 8: Junior Kelly Convey became the first Nittany Lion named NSCAA Division I First Team All-America. 1999 • September 5: After just one hat trick in five years of Penn State history, freshman Christie Welsh notched four goals in the 4-2 win over James Madison. The All-American finished her initial campaign with three hat tricks while rewriting every game and season scoring record. • September 12: Before a crowd of 4,213, thenNo. 5 Penn State recorded the biggest upset in school history with its 3-2 knock off of No. 1 UNC in Chapel Hill. Named the MVP for the UNC tournament, Emily Oleksiuk saved a penalty kick to preserve the win. • October 8: In the 3-2 overtime win at Iowa, goalkeeper Emily Oleksiuk made school history as the first keeper to record a scoring statistic, assisting All-American Kelly Convey’s goal.

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PENN STATE PLAYS IN LONDON’S HISTORIC WEMBLEY STADIUM

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On August 5, 1993, then-athletic director Jim Tarman officially announced that women’s soccer would become Penn State’s 14th women’s varsity sport and 29th varsity athletic team overall. Not since 1977, when Penn State granted women’s volleyball varsity status, had another sport been added to the Nittany Lions’ elite athletic program. In its short 17-year varsity history, the Nittany Lion women’s soccer program has grown by leaps and bounds. Here’s a look at its history, so far...

Penn State women’s soccer etched its name into the Wembley Stadium record book during its 1997 Summer European Tour. On August 3, 1997, before a near-sellout crowd, Penn State played an exhibition match with the London Select Team prior to the annual FACommunity Shield Match, which pitted the men’s regular-season league champion (Manchester United) against the league cup winner (Chelsea FC). The Nittany Lions became the first American women’s team to play in England’s Wembley Stadium. Carole Dutchka also became only the second American and first-ever American woman to score a goal in Wembley when she tied the score 1-1 late in the first half. Trailing 2-1 midway through the second half, Shari Pickett knocked in a goal to tie the score. But with 8:00 left to play, England scored the final goal to post the 3-2 win in front of 40,000 fans. “Our entire team was excited about (the tour) and about the chance to play in one of the great historical stadiums worldwide,” said then-Penn State head coach Patrick Farmer. “We saw some different styles of play, and we experienced soccer as more than just a sport. In Europe, the game is a phenomena, it’s a part of the culture. The trip was a great opportunity for our players.” At halftime of the FA Community Shield Match, the Nittany Lions challenged the London Select Team in a penalty kick shootout. Proceeds from the event went to the Charity Shield, England’s equivalent of the U.S. United Way. But Wembley wasn’t Penn State’s only stop. On August 5, the Nittany Lions captured a 4-2 win from Millwall Football Club, the top-ranked club team in the Premier Division, on live national television. Dutchka notched a goal to send the game into halftime knotted 1-1. After falling behind early in the second stanza, PSU reeled off three unanswered goals from Rachel Hoffman, Kelly Convey and Dutchka for the win. PSU also traveled to Belgium for a match with the Dutch Select Team and to Germany for the S.V. Hemmerdon Frauenfussball Tournament.

• October 24: Sophomore goalkeeper Emily Oleksiuk became the Lions’ all-time winningest keeper with her 34th victory after 42 games in the 3-2 win at George Mason. • November 4: The back-to-back Big Ten Champion Nittany Lions swept the league’s annual honors as Christie Welsh earned Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year accolades. • November 21: With its 5-0 blasting of No. 19 Southern Methodist in the NCAA third round, the Nittany Lions claimed the 100th victory in the program’s history and the 50th win at home on Jeffrey Field. • November 27: Following its 2-0 shutout of Hartford in the NCAA quarterfinals, Penn State became the first Big Ten school to advance to the NCAA Women’s College Cup since the Conference began sponsorship in 1994. • December 3: Making their national television debut on ESPN2, the No. 6 seeded Nittany Lions lost 2-0 to No. 2 seed North Carolina in the Women’s College Cup. 2015 NCAA CHAMPIONS

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PENN STATE LEGEND CHRISTIE WELSH: 2001 NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Christie Welsh, the most decorated player in Penn State women’s soccer history, swept collegiate soccer’s national player of the year awards as a junior in 2001, winning the Hermann Trophy and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year. On December 4, 2001, Welsh became the first-ever Big Ten Conference and Nittany Lion women’s soccer player to win the prestigious Hermann Trophy. The 14th female soccer player to be honored with the award, Robert R. Hermann himself presented the Trophy to Welsh in a ceremony at the Bryce Jordan Center. Welsh is the second Penn Stater to ever garner the award. Jim Stamatis won the award in 1979 playing under Hall of Fame coach Walter Bahr. Two days later, the Missouri Athletic Club announced that Welsh was voted 2001 NSCAA Collegiate Player of the Year on December 6. The only Nittany Lion to ever win the award, she became the first soccer player in the Big Ten Conference to garner the honor. The Hermann Trophy is the oldest and most prestigious award in collegiate soccer. The equivalent to college football’s Heisman Trophy, the Hermann Trophy was first awarded to male soccer players in 1967 and is presented every year to the most outstanding collegiate soccer player in the nation. The winners are determined through a nationwide balloting of soccer coaches and sportswriters. In 1988 the Trophy was expanded to include both a male and female recipient. The official NCAA Division I player of the year award of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the Missouri Athletic Club Collegiate Player of the Year was decided in 2001 by a voting of all Division I soccer coaches. Presented

2000 • January: Head coach Patrick Farmer earned NSCAA National Coach of the Year honors at the coaches’ annual convention. Forward Christie Welsh was named Soccer Buzz magazine’s National Freshman of the Year. • October 22: With her last save in the 1-0 win over No. 19 Harvard, junior All-American keeper Emily Oleksiuk became PSU’s career leader in saves. By the end of the season, she ranked first in every PSU career goalkeeper category. • October 27: With its 1-0 shutout at Michigan State, Penn State recorded its first perfect slate of 10-0-0 in Big Ten play en route to its third consecutive Big Ten championship. The Nittany Lions became the first team in league history to win three crowns. • November 2: Sophomore Christie Welsh earned Big Ten Player of the Year accolades for the second time, becoming just the second player in conference history to achieve the feat. For the third consecutive season, a Nittany Lion walked away with Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors– Joanna Lohman. • November 17: With a 4-0 blanking of Dartmouth, Penn State set the school record with 17 shutouts in the season. The victory marked a then-school record for consecutive home wins with 19 and improved the home unbeaten streak to a record 20 games. • November 25: For the third straight year, Penn State advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals, hosting Portland in the season finale. • December 4: After seven years as the Lions’ mentor, head coach Patrick Farmer resigned to become the head coach of the newly formed WUSA’s New York Power. • December 11: For the second straight year, keeper Emily Oleksiuk and forward Christie Welsh earned NSCAA First Team All-America accolades. 32

to the top male and female soccer player in the nation, the recipients receive the traditional crystal ball trophy at the NSCAA All-America dinner in St. Louis, Mo. The M.A.C. Player of the Year was first presented in 1986 to the top male collegiate player. In 1991, the award was expanded to include a female winner. Past female winners of the Hermann Trophy and NSCAA/M.A.C. Player of the Year award include United States Women’s World Cup Champions Michelle Akers, Kristine Lilly, Tisha Venturini, Shannon MacMillan and two-time winners Mia Hamm and Cindy Parlow. Welsh won the M.A.C. Player of the Year award by a large margin, picking up 152 points. Florida’s Abby Wambach finished second in the voting with 119, followed by North Carolina’s Jena Kleugel (106), Santa Clara’s Aly Wagner (103) and UNC’s Danielle Borgman (90). In 2001, Welsh was the only player in the nation to rank among the top 10 in points per game (third, 2.62), goals per game (fourth, 0.96) and assists per game (eighth, 0.69). That season, she not only helped the Lions to their fourth-straight Big Ten regular season crown and third conference tournament title in four years, she broke the Big Ten career records for points, goals, assists and game-winning goals. She also broke her own single-season Big Ten records for points (68) and tied the assists mark (18) en route to her third-straight conference Player of the Year honor. Welsh is the last player to receive both awards. Prior to the 2002 season, the Hermann Trophy and NSCAA/M.A.C. Player of the Year award were combined to form the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy and is voted on by members of the NSCAA.

• December 18: With the program since its inception, assistant coach Paula Wilkins was promoted to head coach. She became just the second head coach in Penn State women’s soccer history. 2001 • October 7: Christie Welsh sets game and career records in the 6-2 thrashing of Michigan. Tying the school record with four goals in the game, her 12 shots and 10 points are a school record. During this game, Welsh tied the Penn State and Big Ten career record with 58 goals. • October 12: With a goal in the 3-1 win at Iowa, Welsh became the outright Big Ten and Penn State career leader for goals and points. • October 21: With a 1-0 decision over Northwestern, the Nittany Lions capture an unprecedented fourth consecutive Big Ten regular-season title. • October 26: The Lions end a 29-game unbeaten streak in the Big Ten when Ohio State hands the Lions a 2-1 loss in Columbus, Ohio. Penn State had not suffered a conference loss since Sept. 19, 1999. All-America goalkeeper Emily Oleksiuk also records 8,128 career minutes in goal, breaking the All-Time NCAA record. • November 8: Christie Welsh is named Big Ten Player of the Year, becoming the first women’s soccer player to earn the award three times. Five other Lions also earn All-Big Ten accolades, while first-year head coach Paula Wilkins is voted co-Big Ten Coach of the Year. • November 9: Christie Welsh’s two assists in the 2-0 win over Ohio State not only ensure the Lions a spot in the Big Ten Tournament title game, but also gives her the Big Ten and Penn State career assists record. Welsh owns every conference and school career scoring record. • November 11: Penn State pulls out a 2-1 overtime victory over Illinois in West Lafayette,

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Ind., to claim its third Big Ten Tournament title in four years. • November 24: Penn State upsets No. 8-seed Connecticut in Storrs, Conn., 2-0, in the NCAA Tournament to advance to the quarterfinals for the fourth-straight year. Leigh Hamilton’s gamewinner in the 87th minute lifted the Lions. • December 4: Welsh becomes the first player in Big Ten women’s soccer history and only second Nittany Lion to ever win the prestigious Hermann Trophy. Jim Stamatis was the first Nittany Lion to win the Trophy in 1979. • December 6: Two days after winning the Hermann Trophy, the NSCAA announces Christie Welsh as the 2001 M.A.C. Player of the Year, the NSCAA’s official Division I Player of the Year award. Emily Oleksiuk earns First Team All-America honors for the third time while Joanna Lohman is a first-time honoree. 2002 • February 7: Joanna Lohman and Emily Oleksiuk become the first players in Penn State women’s soccer history to be named first-team CoSIDA Academic All-America. • February 11: Emily Oleksiuk and Bonnie Young become the second and third players in school history to be drafted in the WUSA draft. Young is selected by the New York Power while Oleksiuk is picked by the Carolina Courage. • June 25: The Big Ten Conference announces Christie Welsh is the 2001-02 Suzy Favor Big Ten Athlete of the Year. She is the first soccer player in the conference to garner the award. • September 1: With her first assist of the season in the win over Pittsburgh, Christie Welsh became the 29th player in NCAA history to record 40 goals and 40 assists. • September 8: Penn State records its biggest upset since topping No. 1 North Carolina in 1999, defeating second-ranked UCLA, 1-0, in

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PROGRAM HISTORY double overtime in Los Angeles, Calif. • September 13: Welsh claims the last Big Ten career record that did not have her name on it. At Boston College, she broke the conference’s career mark for shots. She leaves Penn State owning every conference offensive record with 413 shots, 83 goals, 53 assists, 27 game-winning goals and 216 points. • October 11: In the 4-0 blowout of Illinois, Welsh becomes just the 14th player in NCAA history and only Big Ten player to reach the 200-point plateau, eventually finishing with 216. • October 25: With a 4-2 win over Ohio State, the Nittany Lions secure their fifth-straight Big Ten regular season title. • November 25: Joanna Lohman and Christie Welsh are the 99th and 100th Nittany Lions in Penn State history to be selected CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. Lohman is named to the first team for the second-straight year and Welsh is given second-team honors. • December 6: Unseeded Penn State makes its second NCAA College Cup appearance in front of a live television audience on ESPN2. The No. 12 Nittany Lions fall to eventual national champion No. 9 Portland, 2-0. At the conclusion of the championship, Joanna Lohman was named to the College Cup All-Tournament team. • December 16: The NSCAA awards the Nittany Lions a No. 4 final ranking tying their highest final ranking in the history of the program. Christie Welsh becomes the first women’s soccer player to earn All-America honors four times as she was named to the second team. Joanna Lohman is selected first team for the second time. 2003 • February 2: The New York Power selects Christie Welsh with the second overall pick of the WUSA Draft. She is the fourth Nittany Lion to be drafted into the WUSA and the highest draft choice of any Lion. • October 25: Capturing a 5-0 win on senior day vs. Wisconsin, Penn State wins its sixth-straight Big Ten regular season title. • November 5: Penn State sweeps the Big Ten awards for the first time ever, with Paula Wilkins earning Coach of the Year, Joanna Lohman snatching Player of the Year and Ali Krieger garnering Freshman of the Year. All told, six Lions earn all-conference honors. • November 10: Penn State earns it’s highest seed to date in the NCAA Tournament, the No. 5 seed, eventually making it as far as the quarterfinal round for the sixth-straight year. • December 8: Penn State receives a final national ranking of sixth in the NSCAA poll. The 2003 season was the sixth-straight year the Lions were ranked in the top 10 in the final poll. • December 15: Senior Joanna Lohman and sophomore Tiffany Weimer both garner NSCAA All-America honors. Lohman, Penn State’s third three-time First Team All-American, is also named a

Soccer America MVP. Weimer’s All-America nod is the first of her career after leading the Nittany Lions in scoring and netting a goal in all but one Big Ten game during the 2003 season. • December 23: Joanna Lohman is honored by the NSCAA as the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Lohman’s honor marks the first time a male or female player wins the award in back-to-back years. Lohman was also named the first three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American and would go on to receive one of the NCAA’s coveted postgraduate scholarships. 2004 • January 9: Joanna Lohman’s runner-up finish for the M.A.C. Hermann trophy marks the fourth Penn State player in four years to be named either the player of the year or the runner-up. • June: Christie Welsh continues her illustrious career, earning a contract with the U.S. National Team and training with the team for a time for the right to go to Athens for the Summer Olympics. • October 17: With a 2-0 win over Minnesota, Penn State clinches its unprecedented seventh straight Big Ten regular season title. • October 29: Penn State completes its best regular season to date with a 16-1-1 record. The Lions’ loss at Washington to start the season was the only loss of the regular-season slate for PSU. • November 3: Penn State claims numerous conference honors, including head coach Paula Wilkins’s second straight Coach of the Year nod. Tiffany Weimer collects Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year honors, while fellow junior Natalie Jacobs earns Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year accolades. Both are First Team All-Big Ten choices, as are junior goalkeeper Erin McLeod and sophomore midfielder Ali Krieger. • November 5: With its 3-2 Big Ten Tournament semifinal win over Illinois, Penn State records the program’s 200th win. • November 14: Penn State earns the No. 2 seed overall, the Nittany Lions’ highest NCAA Tournament seed ever in the program’s 11-year history. The Lions are upset 1-0 by Maryland in the second round, 1-0, ending a 39-game home win streak— the longest in the program’s history. • December 7: Penn State receives a final national ranking of ninth in the NSCAA coaches pollmarking the seventh-straight year the Lions are ranked in the top 10 in the final poll. • December 10: Three Lions are honored as AllAmericans, the most since 2001. Tiffany Weimer and Natalie Jacobs both receive First Team NSCAA nods, while Erin McLeod is named to the Third Team. Weimer also garners SoccerBuzz Mid-Atlantic Player of the Year award after scoring a nation-best 26 goals.

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2005 • January 7: Junior Tiffany Weimer finishes second in the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy balloting, marking the fifth time in five years that a PSU player has been named either Player of the Year or runner-up for the prestigious award. • June: Ali Krieger, Tiffany Weimer and Lion alum Joanna Lohman receive invites to U.S. U-21 Training Camp. Christie Welsh also enjoys success as a starter on the U.S. National Team. • October 11: After starting the season 14-0, Penn State receives the program’s first No. 1 ranking from the NSCAA and remains there for three weeks before tying Michigan at the Big Ten Tournament. • October 23: With a 3-0 victory over Michigan State, Penn State secures its eighth-straight Big Ten title. The Nittany Lions post their fourth undefeated conference campaign overall and second in two years, finishing 10-0. • October 23: After being in a back-and-forth battle to own the NCAA record for consecutive goals scored in games, senior Tiffany Weimer and Portland’s Christine Sinclair tie with 17-game stretches. Weimer’s streak starts on Aug. 26 vs. Washington and ends on Oct. 23 vs. Michigan State with her game-winner. • October 23: Weimer becomes the Big Ten’s alltime leading goal scorer, breaking Christie Welsh’s record with her 83rd career goal against Michigan. Weimer ends her career with 91 goals. All told, Weimer breaks five of Welsh’s conference records her senior year. • November 1: Penn State receives one of four No. 1 seeds in the 2005 NCAA Tournament, its highest seed ever. ESPNews speaks with Lion head coach Paula Wilkins via phone for her perspective during the selection show. • November 19: Wilkins guides Penn State to a 4-1 victory over No. 4 seed Texas A&M at Jeffrey Field, marking her 100th career win in under five years. • November 25: PSU advances to the third College Cup in program history with its 2-1 win in the NCAA quarterfinals against No. 2 seed Santa Clara. The Lions meet No. 1 seed Portland in the national semifinals in College Station, Texas. Weimer scores her 32nd and final goal of the season in Penn State’s win, which becomes the Big Ten record for goals in a season. • December 2: The Lions tie Portland, 0-0, in the College Cup semifinals, but fail to advance after losing on penalty kicks, 4-3. PSU finishes with a 230-2 record, marking the first undefeated season in program history. 2006 • January 6: Tiffany Weimer finishes as the runnerup for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy for the second straight year, marking the sixth consecutive year that a Nittany Lion has either finished first or second for the award. • January 20: Paula Wilkins becomes Penn State’s second head coach to receive National Coach of the 2015 NCAA CHAMPIONS

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PROGRAM HISTORY Year honors from the NSCAA. • June 26: Tiffany Weimer is named the Big Ten’s Female Athlete of the Year, marking the second Lion to earn the Suzy Favor Award. • August 25: In front of a Jeffrey Field women’s soccer record crowd of 3,208 rowdy fans, No. 3 Penn State knocks-off No. 2 UCLA, 3-1. The upset victory was the Nittany Lions’ 15th in program history. • October 22: With a 2-1 win over Northwestern, PSU grabs its ninth consecutive Big Ten Title. The streak is tied for second longest ever among women’s conference teams. The win also marked Penn State’s 100th in conference play. • November 2: Six Nittany Lions earn All-Big Ten honors, including Co-Defensive Player of the Year Ali Krieger. Senior Krieger, junior Aubrey AdenBuie, and sophomores Sheree Gray and Allie Long all garner First Team honors, while junior defender Denay Riley and freshman goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher are named to the Second Team. • November 5: On its home field, Penn State captures its fourth Big Ten Tournament title with a 3-1 victory over Illinois in a final broadcast on CSTV. Aden-Buie was named Offensive MVP, while Krieger garnered Defensive MVP accolades. • November 6: The Big Ten champion Nittany Lions earn a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the 12th straight for Penn State. • November 24: After racking up three NCAA wins, Penn State falls to eventual national runnerup Notre Dame in South Bend. The quarterfinal appearance is the eighth overall for PSU. • December 5: Ali Krieger and Sheree Gray are named NSCAA All-Americas. Krieger’s First Team honor was the second consecutive, while Gray became Penn State’s ninth All-American in program history. 2007 • January 25: After six years as head coach, Paula Wilkins departs Penn State with a 119-19-11 career record. • February 8: Former Dartmouth and Harvard head coach, current U.S. U-17 bench boss Erica Dambach becomes the third head coach in PSU history. • Spring: Erica Dambach announces a Top 20 recruiting class headed up by Parade All-Americans Danielle Toney and UNC transfer Melissa Hayes. • Summer: PSU alums Christie Welsh and Joanna Lohman are named to the 24-player travel roster as the U.S. Women’s National Team continues its tune-up for the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup in  China. Canadian goalkeeper Erin McLeod primed for a World Cup appearance, while recent graduate Ali Krieger headed to U-21 training camp to prep for the Nordic Cup. Rising sophomore goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher trained with the U.S. U-20 team in preparation for the Pan-Am Games. • September 2: Erica Dambach gets her first 34

victory as Penn State’s head coach in a 1-0 win over Central Florida in Knoxville, Tenn. • November 2: The dynasty reaches a decade, as Penn State wins its 10th consecutive Big Ten title with a 1-0 victory at Ohio State. The Nittany Lions went 9-1 on the conference season. • November 7: Sophomore Alyssa Naeher is named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and six Nittany Lions earned All-Big Ten. Naeher is PSU’s 10th Big Ten Player of the Year in all categories. • November 12: Penn State earns one of four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament, which signals its 13th consecutive NCAA appearance. • November 24: After a 4-0 victory over Monmouth and a 2-1 thrilling overtime win versus Hofstra, Penn State loses a 1-0 battle to visiting West Virginia to end its NCAA tournament run in the third round. • December 11: Aubrey Aden-Buie and Zoe Bouchelle received Academic All-America honors from CoSIDA, pushing the Nittany Lions’ number of honorees to seven in the program’s 14 years. • December 17: Alyssa Naeher and Katie Schoepfer are named NSCAA All-Americans. Their selection pushes the number of Penn State individual All-America honorees to 11 all-time in 14 years. The number of all-time honors earned by the group stands at 22 overall. 2008 • April 14: Erica Dambach becomes an assistant coach of the U.S. Women’s National Team set to compete in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. • May 24: Former Nittany Lion Ali Krieger becomes the first American woman to win the UEFA Women’s Cup when her FFC Frankfurt team captures its third Cup, 3-2. Her squad beat Swedish powerhouse Umea IK led by the ‘07 FIFA Women’s Player of the Year, Marta, of Brazil. • Summer: Erin McLeod continues as Canada’s starter and represents her home country at the Beijing Games. Current Lions Alyssa Naeher (U20) and Katie Schoepfer (U-23) see game action with their respective U.S. Teams and incoming players Lexi Marton (Canada) and Christine Nairn (U.S.) are also in preparations for the upcoming U-20 World Cup. • August 21: Head coach Erica Dambach wins gold with the U.S. Women’s National Team as an assistant coach. Dambach was charged with the defense and the Americans followed through, shutting out Brazil 1-0 in extra time to earn the U.S. its third Olympic gold medal. • October 26: PSU claims a share of the 11th consecutive Big Ten title with a 2-0 win at Purdue, going 8-2. Minnesota also goes 8-2. • November 7: Penn State captures its fifth Big Ten Tournament title with a 1-0 victory over Michigan State, avenging an earlier loss to the Spartans. Danielle Toney earns tournament Offensive MVP and Alyssa Naeher is the Defensive MVP.

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The Conference would announce the tournament’s elimination after 2008. • December 8: Alyssa Naeher and future Lion Christine Nairn capture the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Chile.  Naeher earns the tournament’s Golden Glove Award. She also garners her second NSCAA All-America First Team honor. 2009 • May 18-28: The PSU Lions trek to Brazil for a three-match tour of the South American country in addition to a beach soccer and an indoor futsal tournament. • July 22: Freshman Christine Nairn scores an 89th-minute goal to defeat Canada in a friendly for the U.S. Senior National Team. It’s the first time a current Nittany Lion scores a goal for the U.S. National Team at the senior level. • August 21: The second-largest crowd at a Jeffrey Field women’s soccer game (3,098) witnesses a 1-0 Penn State win over then-No. 9/12 Virginia. Danielle Toney scores the lone goal in the sixth minute. • August 31: Christine Nairn’s header in the 79th minute caps a two-goal in three-minute effort that gives Penn State a 3-2 win over UConn. • October 4: The Nittany Lions win their first Big Ten game of the season, a hard-fought ten-player 2-1 win over then-No. 15 Ohio State behind goals from Christine Nairn and Katie Schoepfer. • October 16: Katie Schoepfer slips a last-second free kick goal at Minnesota to put the Nittany Lions into first place for the first time all season with a 1-0 victory. Schoepfer was honored as the league’s offensive player of the week. • October 25: Katie Schoepfer records the 17th hat trick in PSU history in a 6-0 drubbing of Illinois on the Big Ten Network. It’s the first hat track since 2005 by Tiffany Weimer. • October 29: On a cold and rainy Thursday night, the Nittany Lions dodged the elements and used a solid counter attack to down then-No. 23 Indiana, 2-1, behind the strength of a Danielle Toney firsthalf goal and a game-winner by Christine Nairn in the 80th minute. Both goals were assisted by Katie Schoepfer. • November 1: Senior Day will forever be memorable as Melissa Hayes and Tara Davies score their first goals of the season in a 4-0 romp over thenNo. 22 Purdue. Davies added a cartwheel and a flip in celebration for good measure on her first career goal. • November 6: Michigan State downs Ohio State, 1-0, to give Penn State at least a share of its 12thstraight Big Ten title. • November 8: Katie Schoepfer and Jackie Molinda each tally goals and the defense doesn’t allow a single shot to reach net in a 2-0 win at Michigan, giving PSU the outright claim to the Big Ten and the automatic NCAA bid. • November 11: Katie Schoepfer and Alyssa

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PROGRAM HISTORY Naeher are named the Big Ten’s Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, while Christine Nairn is a unanimous Freshman of the Year and All-Big  Ten First  Team member. Erica Dambach picks up her first Coach of the Year Award and Danielle Toney garners firstteam accolades. Lexi Marton is a unanimous AllFreshman selection with Nairn and named to the All-Big Ten Second Team. It’s only the second time in school history that Penn State swept all the Big Ten awards. November 14: The fourth-seeded Nittany Lions in the UCLA bracket of the NCAA Tournament use a hat trick by Katie Schoepfer, her second in 20 days, to down Colgate, 5-0 at Jeffrey Field. • December: Katie Schoepfer and Alyssa Naeher earn NSCAA All-America Third Team honors, while Schoepfer is named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team. 2010 • July 14-25: Christine Nairn and Maya Hayes help the U.S. U-20 team win Group D with a 2-0-1 record. Nairn starts all four games in the tournament, captaining the squad twice in a 5-0 win over Switzerland and a 1-1 draw with Nigeria. Hayes notched an assist in a 1-1 tie with Ghana and in the Switzerland rout, while making an appearance in all four games with two starts. • August 20: Tani Costa scores her first career goal, an overtime game-winner, as Penn State defeats No. 24 West Virginia, 2-1, in Morgantown. • August 27: A Penn State women’s soccer record crowd of 3,912 cheer the Nittany Lions to an exciting 1-1 tie against regional rival, No. 15 Virginia. • October 15: On a blustry evening at Jeffrey Field, Penn State turned its season around in comeback fashion as Taylor Schram and Maddy Evans headed home second-half goals to defeat No. 15 Minnesota, 2-1. • October 24: Penn State captures its biggest upset as an unranked squad, downing No. 13 Illinois, 2-0, in Champaign. Jess Rosenbluth supplied two assists and Danielle Toney scored the game-winner. • October 28-31: Tani Costa records PSU’s 19th hat trick in program history in a dominating 6-1 win over Indiana. She adds two more goals in a matching 6-1 triumph at Purdue to snag Big Ten Player, Freshman and TopDrawerSoccer.com Player of the Week honors. • November 7: Despite registering a school recordtying 42 shots, Penn State’s Big Ten title streak hung in the balance of a 0-0 double overtime game against Michigan at Jeffrey Field. A combination play of Tani Costa and Taylor Schram led to Ali Schaefer’s first career goal, the game-winner, to clinch PSU’s 13th straight Big Ten championship in thrilling fashion on Big Ten Network. • December: Christine Nairn captures her first NSCAA All-America honor, landing on the second team as Penn State’s lone representative.

2011 • June-July: Ali Krieger and Erica Dambach head to Germany on the U.S. National Team, while Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato represent the Canadians at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. While Canada is eliminated in the group stage, Krieger starts and plays every minute for the Americans, who reach the Final. Krieger notches the game-winning penalty kick to down Brazil in an exciting comeback match, which earned an ESPY award for Abby Wambach’s goal. Krieger becomes the first Penn Stater to play for a World Cup title. 2012 • January 6: Maya Hayes finishes as the runnerup for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy, marking the seventh time a PSU player has finished first or second for the award. • March 12: Maya Hayes and the U.S. U-20 National Team capture the CONCACAF Championship, defeating Canada 2-1. Hayes scored the game-tying goal in the 79th minute. • July 19: PSU alumnae Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato are starters for Canada in the 2012 London Olympics. • August 2: Maya Hayes and Taylor Schram selected to U.S. U-20 World Cup team. • August 9: Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato become the first Nittany Lion soccer players to earn an Olympic medal, winning bronze with Canada after defeating France 1-0. • August 17: No. 9 PSU upsets No. 7 Virginia, 3-1. Freshman Mallory Weber nets her first two goals as a Nittany Lion. • August 20: Maya Hayes scores a hat trick for the U-20 World Cup team against Ghana, becoming just the 10th American player to do so in the FIFA World Cup at all levels. • August 24: No. 4 PSU plays No. 1 Stanford at Jeffrey Field in front of a record crowd of 5,117 fans. • September 8: Maya Hayes, Taylor Schram and the U.S. U-20 team win the World Cup, defeating Germany 1-0. • October 21: The Nittany Lions clinch their 15th straight Big Ten Championship after tying Michigan 1-1. • October 31: Erica Dambach is named the Big Ten Coach of the Year for the second time in her career. • November 5: The Lions earn a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007. • November 23: PSU advances to the College Cup for the first time since 2005 with a 1-0 victory over third-seeded Duke. Christine Nairn scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the 13th minute. • November 28: Christine Nairn and Maya Hayes are named to the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist List, marking the first time since 2005 that PSU has had two players on the semifinalist list. •November 30: Christine Nairn and Maya Hayes tabbed NSCAA First Team All-Americans. • December 1: Christine Nairn scores the golden

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goal in the 91st minute of the College Cup semifinals against Florida State to send the Lions to their firstever NCAA National Championship game. •December 6: Christine Nairn is one of three finalists for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy. 2013 • January 4: Taylor Schram is named the Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year, becoming just the second current Penn State student-athlete to earn the award. • January 11: Christine Nairn finishes as a finalist for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy. • January 15: Erica Dambach is named the National Coach of the Year by Soccer America for the first time in her career. She becomes the third PSU soccer coach to earn the accolade. • January 18: Christine Nairn and Maddy Evans are selected in the National Women’s Soccer League draft. Nairn is selected by the Seattle Rein FC as the seventh overall pick while Evans goes to the Boston Breakers as the 29th overall pick. • January 18: Erica Dambach is named the NSCAA National Coach of the Year, becoming the third Penn State soccer coach to earn the award. •December 3: Maya Hayes picked as a M.A.C. Hermann Trophy semifinalist. •December 18: Taylor Schram and Maya Hayes named NSCAA First Team All-Americans. 2014 • January 17: Maya Hayes is the sixth overall pick in the National Women’s Soccer League draft by Sky Blue FC. • January 19: Brittany Basinger, Mallory Weber and the U.S. U-20 team win the CONCACAF Championship. • July 17: Brittany Basinger and Rose Chandler are picked for the U.S. U-20 World Cup team. 2015 • June-July: Alums Ali Krieger and Alyssa Naeher head to Canada on the U.S. National Team, while Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato represented the Canadians and at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Rising senior Raquel Rodriguez and Costa Rica made their Women’s World Cup debut in 2015. • June-July: Ali Krieger and Alyssa Naeher and the U.S. National Team captured gold, Erin McLeod and Carmelina Moscato helped Canada reach the quarterfinal round before being eliminated by England. • June 6: Raquel Rodriguez made World Cup and Nittany Lion history, as she scored the first World Cup goal in nation and Nittany Lion history. • July 22: Rose Chandler, Ellie Jean, Emily Ogle and Kaleigh Riehl take part in a week-long training camp with the U.S. U-20 Women's National Team. • August 3: The Nittany Lions are picked sixth in the NSCAA preseason poll. • August 5: Raquel Rodriguez is named to the 2015 2015 NCAA CHAMPIONS

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PROGRAM HISTORY RAQUEL "ROCKY" RODRIGUEZ: 2015 NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

On Jan. 8, 2016, Raquel Rodriguez capped off an outstanding career for the Penn State Nittany Lions by receiving the honor of MAC Hermann Trophy Winner. The winners and finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy are determined by a vote of Division I coaches who are members of the NSCAA. Also, an online fan vote (the equivalent of one coach's vote) is factored into the final vote total. The Missouri Athletic Club has been honoring the top players in college soccer since 1986. With the honor of receiving the MAC Hermann Trophy, Rodriguez becomes the second member of the Penn State women’s soccer program to achieve the feat and the third Nittany Lion overall. Rodriguez joins Christie Welsh (2001) and Jim Stamatis (1979) as the lone Nittany Lions to garner the MAC Hermann Trophy. Statistically, Rodriguez didn’t set career-bests in any scoring category, but her leadership on and off the field could be felt during her senior season. Rodriguez, a co-captain in 2015, finished her season with 18 points on six goals and six assists, she started all 27 matches and finished the year with 2,062 minutes played – fifth-best on the team in 2015. Down the stretch run towards the College Cup title, Rodriguez did not leave the field as she played every minute of the NCAA Quarterfinal, Semifinal and Final matches. Rodriguez though did capitalize on her moment to etch her name

MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. She is one of 28 members on the list. • Aug. 21: Penn State opened the season with the then-fourth largest crowd at Jeffrey Field with 3,175 fans. • Aug. 28: The No. 6 Nittany Lions tied No. 21 Duke, 0-0, in front of the second-largest crowd in program history (4,207 fans) at Jeffrey Field. • Sept. 12: The No. 7 Nittany Lions handed the No. 2 Stanford Cardinal a 2-0 loss in Palo, Alto, Calif. The win was the first for PSU over Stanford and it marked the first two-goal loss at home for Stanford since Nov. 23, 2007. • Oct. 19: Rose Chandler traveled to Madrid, Spain, to for a pair of contests with the U-20 U.S. Women's National Team. • Oct. 28: The Nittany Lions defeated Michigan, 3-2, to tie for their 17th Big Ten regular season title. • Oct. 30: Nine Nittany Lions received Big Ten honors regular season honors, including Raquel Rodriguez and Mallory Weber who were named to the All-Big Ten first team. • Nov. 6: The Nittany Lions defeat Michigan, 1-0, which begins Penn State's streak of eight consecutive shutout victories to end the year. The win also marked No. 150 for Erica Dambach as the head coach for the Penn State women's soccer team. • Nov. 8: The Nittany Lions defeat Rutgers, 2-0, for their sixth Big Ten Tournament title. • Nov. 8: The Penn State women's soccer team earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in program history. • Nov. 13: Penn State topped Albany, 5-0, to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. • Nov. 20: The Nittany Lions eased past Boston University, 6-0, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. • Nov. 22: PSU rolled past Big Ten-foe Ohio State, 4-0, to move on to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. • Nov. 28: The Nittany Lions tied a program36

into Nittany Lion lore on Dec. 6, 2015. Rodriguez’ goal in the 72nd minute off an assist from fellow senior captain Mallory Weber proved to be the gamewinner and helped capture the elusive national title for the Penn State women’s soccer team four years after falling to North Carolina in the 2012 College Cup Final. GoPSUsports.com student writer Jack Dougherty wrote about how the statistics don’t tell the story of Rodriguez’ senior season in an October 2015 blog and he ended the story with “Rodriguez’s selflessness can spur Penn State to great things in 2015, but don’t be surprised if she puts one in the net at the most crucial time when the season’s on the line. That’s just what she does.” Rodriguez earned numerous awards in 2015-16, including: MAC Hermann Trophy winner, Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Finalist, Honda Sport Award winner, CONCACAF Female Player of the Year nominee, Most Outstanding Player on Offense of the Women's College Cup, Women's College Cup All-Tournament Team, NSCAA Scholar Player of the Year, NSCAA Scholar First Team All-American, NSCAA All-Great Lakes First Team, NSCAA First Team All-American, All-Big Ten First Team, Academic All-Big Ten, TopDrawerSoccer Best XI First Team, TopDrawerSoccer's Player of the Year, Penn State Athletics Female Athlete of the Year and CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict first team.

record 14th home win with a 2-0 decision over West Virginia. The Nittany Lions advanced to the program's fifth College Cup. • Dec. 1: Raquel Rodriguez was named a MAC Hermann Semifinalist - the ninth in program history. • Dec. 4: Raquel Rodriguez was named a first team NSCAA All-American. • Dec. 4: Frannie Crouse and Kaleigh Riehl each score a goal to secure a 2-0 victory for No. 6 Penn State in the College Cup semifinals over No. 9 Rutgers. • Dec. 6: Seniors Raquel Rodriguez and Mallory Weber teamed up to score the game-winning goal in the 72nd minute to clinch a 1-0 victory for the Nittany Lions and bring home the program's first NCAA women's soccer title. • Dec. 11: Senior Raquel Rodriguez became the second member of the Penn State women's soccer program to win the prestigious MAC Hermann Trophy. • Dec. 16: Erica Dambach was named the NSCAA Women's Soccer Coach of the Year for the second time in her career (2012). 2016 • Jan. 15: Senior captains Britt Eckerstrom, Raquel Rodriguez and Mallory Weber are selected in the 2016 NWSL Collegiate Draft. • July 11: Ali Krieger and Alyssa Naeher named to the 2016 U.S. women's national team Olympic roster.

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PENN STATE IN THE NWSL With 2016 opening day rosters finalized in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), 11 former Penn State women’s soccer student-athletes appeared on seven 2016 opening day rosters. Penn State’s 11 alums in the NWSL ranks third behind North Carolina (15) and Florida State (14). Britt Eckerstrom (2011-15) is on the Western New York Flash roster, Maddy Evans (2009-12) is a member of the Orlando Pride, Alyssa Naeher (2006-09) is a goalkeeper for the Chicago Red Stars, Katie Schoepfer (2006-09) plays for the Boston Breakers, Maya Hayes (2010-13) and Raquel Rodriguez (2012-15) compete for Sky Blue FC, Whitney Church (2011-14), Ali Krieger (2003-06), Joanna Lohman (2000-03) and Christine Nairn (2009-12) are on the Washington Spirit and Mallory Weber (2012-15) is a member of the Portland Thorns. Church enters her second year with the Washington Spirit after being selected 30th by the club in 2015 NWSL College Draft. During her rookie season, Church, a defender, started in 15 matches and played in 16 contests. Eckerstrom anchored the Nittany Lion defense to one of the best defensive performances in program history during the 2015 season. Back in January, Eckerstrom was the first goalkeeper taken in the NWSL College Draft with the No. 26 pick by the Western New York Flash. After spending three seasons with the Boston Breakers, Evans was chosen by the Orlando Pride during this past offseason in the 2015 NWSL Expansion Draft. During the 2015 season with the Boston Breakers, Evans set career-highs in appearances (18), starts (13), minutes played (1,150) and scored her first two professional goals. The sixth-overall NWSL draft pick by Sky Blue FC in 2014, Hayes enters her third season with Sky Blue FC. During the 2015 season, Hayes played in 13 matches, which included 10 starts and she tallied one assist on the year. Krieger enters her fourth season with the Washington Spirit. Last season she started and played in only eight matches due to the 2015 Women’s World Cup. She started all seven U.S. matches, including the World Cup final in which the former two-time

NSCAA All-American played every minute and recorded a shot in the 48th minute. The U.S. defeated Japan, 5-2, on July 6, 2015. This upcoming season will be Lohman’s 12th professional season as she has competed professionally in Cyprus, Sweden, Spain, the W-League, WPS and the NWSL. During the 2015 season, Lohman played in 17 contests, which included 15 starts. On the year, Lohman recorded one goal on 17 shot attempts. Naeher enters her seventh professional season and her first with the Chicago Red Stars after being traded from the Boston Breakers during the offseason. Last season with the Boston Breakers, Naeher started 12 games and made 65 saves, which ranked second during the regular season. Naeher was also on the U.S. senior national team that captured the 2015 Women’s World Cup with a 5-2 win over Japan on July 6, 2015. Nairn enters her fourth professional season and her third with the Washington Spirit. During the 2015 season, Nairn played in 20 contests, which included 19 starts. On the year, she recorded five goals, four assists and took 42 shot attempts. While wearing the Blue and White during her senior season, Nairn led the 2012 team to its first-ever National Championship game with a team-best 17 goals and 12 assists. Rodriguez, who arguably had one of the best careers in Penn State women's soccer history, garnered numerous awards for her work in the classroom and the field. Rodriguez was selected with the No. 2 overall pick by SkyBlue FC in the 2016 NWSL College Draft. Schoepfer enters her seventh professional season, appearing for Sky Blue FC when the team was a member of the WPS, and has been a member of the Boston Breakers in the WPS and NWSL since 2011. Weber enters her first season with the Portland Thorns after being selected at No. 14 by the Western New York Flash in the 2016 NWSL College Draft. Prior to the regular season starting, Weber was traded from Western New York to Portland.

Penn State NWSL History

Nittany Lion (Years)

Draft

Most Recent Team

Whitney Church (2011-14)

Washington Spirit - No. 13 - 2015

Washington Spirit (2015-)

Britt Eckerstrom (2011-15)

Western New York Flash - No. 26 - 2016

Western New York Flash (2016-)

Maddy Evans (2009-12)

Boston Breakers - No. 29 - 2013

Orlando Pride (2016-)

Maya Hayes (2010-13)

SkyBlue FC - No. 6 - 2014

SkyBlue FC (2014-)

Ali Krieger (2003-06)

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Washington Spirit (2013-)

Joanna Lohman (2000-03)

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Washington Spirit (2015-)

Alyssa Naeher (2006-09)

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Chicago Red Stars (2016-)

Christine Nairn (2009-12)

Seattle Reign - No. 7 - 2013

Washington Spirit (2014-)

Katie Schoepfer (2006-09)

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Boston Breakers (2013-)

Raquel Rodriguez (2012-15) +

SkyBlue FC - No. 2 - 2016

SkyBlue FC (2016-)

Mallory Weber (2012-15)

Western New York Flash - No. 14 - 2016

Portland Thorns (2016-)

*First NWSL Draft took place in 2013

+Highest NWSL Draft Pick

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PENN STATE NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY Date Nov. 11, 1995 Nov. 17, 1996 Nov. 24, 1996 Nov. 16, 1997 Nov. 15, 1998 Nov. 21, 1998 Nov. 29, 1998 Nov. 14, 1999 Nov. 21, 1999 Nov. 27, 1999 Dec. 3, 1999 Nov. 12, 2000 Nov. 17, 2000 Nov. 25, 2000 Nov. 16, 2001 Nov. 18, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Nov. 30, 2001 Nov. 15, 2002 Nov. 17, 2002 Nov. 24, 2002 Nov. 30, 2002 Dec. 6, 2002 Nov. 14, 2003 Nov. 16, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Nov. 28, 2003 Nov. 12, 2004 Nov. 14, 2004 Nov. 11, 2005 Nov. 13, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 25, 2005 Dec. 2, 2005 Nov. 10, 2006 Nov. 12, 2006 Nov. 17, 2006 Nov. 24, 2006 Nov. 16, 2007 Nov. 18, 2007 Nov. 24, 2007 Nov. 14, 2008 Nov. 13, 2009 Nov. 15, 2009 Nov. 12, 2010 Nov. 14, 2010 Nov. 11, 2011 Nov. 18, 2011 Nov. 20, 2011 Nov. 10, 2012 Nov. 16, 2012 Nov. 18, 2012 Nov. 23, 2012 Nov. 30, 2012 Dec. 2, 2012 Nov. 15. 2013 Nov. 22, 2013 Nov. 14, 2014 Nov. 21, 2014 Nov. 23, 2014 Nov. 29, 2014 Nov. 13, 2015 Nov. 20, 2015 Nov. 22, 2015 Nov. 28, 2015 Dec. 4, 2015 Dec. 6, 2015 Totals

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Round   Seed Opponent First – JAMES MADISON First – at #19 George Mason Second at #6 Santa Clara First – #7 WILLIAM & MARY Second #7 INDIANA Third CLEMSON Quarterfinals at #2 Florida Second #6 #25 MARYLAND Third #19 SO. METHODIST Quarterfinals HARTFORD Semifinals vs. #2 North Carolina 1 Second #7 ILLINOIS (OT) Third DARTMOUTH Quarterfinals #12 PORTLAND First – BUCKNELL Second VILLANOVA Third at #13 Connecticut Quarterfinals at #1 North Carolina First – vs. Princeton 2 Second at #17 Maryland Third #23 VIRGINIA Quarterfinals at #7 Connecticut Semifinals vs. #9 Portland 3 First #5 NAVY Second RUTGERS Third #23 TEXAS A&M Quarterfinals at #2 UCLA First #2 BINGHAMTON Second MARYLAND First #1 BUCKNELL Second #21 WEST VIRGINIA Third #9 TEXAS A&M Quarterfinals #8 SANTA CLARA Semifinals vs. #1 Portland 4 First #2 NIAGARA Second VILLANOVA Third #13 BOSTON COLLEGE Quarterfinals at #1 Notre Dame First #1 MONMOUTH Second HOFSTRA Third #12 WEST VIRGINIA First – at Rutgers First #4 COLGATE Second VIRGINIA First – vs. Penn 5 Second at #14 West Virginia First #4 ARMY Second vs. #12 Marquette 6 Third at #6 Wake Forest First #1 LIU BROOKLYN Second BOSTON COLLEGE Third MICHIGAN Quarterfinals DUKE Semifinals vs. Florida State 7 Championship vs. North Carolina 7 First MONMOUTH Second vs. Wake Forest 8 First #2 BUFFALO Second UCONN Third VIRGINIA TECH Quarterfinals at #5 Texas A&M First #1 UALBANY Second BOSTON UNIVERSITY Third OHIO STATE Quarterfinals #4 WEST VIRGINIA Semifinals #9 Rutgers 9 Finals #20 Duke 9 21 Appearances (67 games)

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Result PSU OPP L 1 2 W 2 0 L 1 3 L (2OT) 2 3 W 2 1 W 1 0 L 1 3 W 3 2 W 5 0 W 2 0 L 0 2 W 1 0 W 4 0 L (OT) 0 1 W 3 1 W 3 0 W 2 0 L 1 2 W 2 0 W 2 1 W 3 0 W 2 1 L 0 2 W 5 0 W 3 1 W 3 0 L 0 4 W 6 1 L 0 1 W 6 0 W 5 2 W 4 1 W 2 1 T (2OT*) 0 0 W 3 1 W 2 0 W 1 0 L 0 4 W 4 0 W (OT) 2 1 L 0 1 L (2OT) 1 2 W 5 0 L 2 6 W 1 0 L 1 2 W 1 0 W 4 1 L 2 4 W 4 0 W 5 2 T (2OT)** 1 1 W 1 0 W (OT) 2 1 L 1 4 W 3 0 L 0 1 W 4 1 W 1 0 W 2 1 L 1 2 W 5 0 W 6 0 W 4 0 W 2 0 W 2 0 W 1 0 46-19-2 151 70

Penn  State made its 21st-straight NCAA Tournament in 2015, dating back to 1995. The Nittany Lions are 15-3 in first round games (PSU received byes from the first round in 1998, 1999 and 2000). Penn State is in the midst of a seven-game first round win streak. Penn State is a five-time College Cup participant (1999, 2002, 2005, 2012, 2015), while advancing to the quarterfinals 11 times, posting a 5-6 record. Penn State has amassed an impressive record of 36-6-1 at Jeffrey Field, outscoring opponents 122-31 in NCAA Play. Penn State has hosted the first and second rounds in the pod format 10 of the last 15 years. In those 12 seasons in which PSU hosted, the Nittany Lions went 18-2.

APPEARANCES BY ROUND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 2012, 2015 COLLEGE CUP 1999, 2002, 2005, 2012, 2015 QUARTERFINALS 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2012, 2014, 2015 THIRD ROUND 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 SECOND ROUND 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORD Record GF GA Record at Jeffrey Field 36-6-1 122 31 Away Record 4-9-0 16 28 Neutral Record 6-4-1 13 11 Overtime Games 2-3-2 8 9 CAPS indicate home contests 1 - San Jose, Calif.; 2 - College Park, Md.; 3 - Austin, Texas; 4 - College Station, Texas; 5 - Morgantown, W.Va.; 6 Winston-Salem, N.C.; 7 - San Diego, Calif.; 8 - Charlottesville, Va., 9 - Cary, N.C. * – Portland advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3 ** -- Penn State advanced on penalty kicks, 3-2 Note: From 2005-present, the top four teams in each region were seeded 1-4

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PENN STATE IN THE POLLS/MAC HERMANN HISTORY NSCAA POLL HISTORY

The Nittany Lions made their first appearance in the National Soccer Coaches’ Association (NSCAA) poll on October 10, 1995, ranking 22nd in the nation. Since that year, the Lions found themselves ranked in the nation’s final Top 25 for 13 straight seasons (1995-2007), earning 11 Top 10 ratings including nine seasons in a row from 1998-2006. In 2005, the Lions received their highest final ranking ever, finishing second nationally after tying eventual NCAA champion Portland, 0-0, in the College Cup semifinals. Prior to that, Penn State’s No. 4 final ranking in 1999 and 2002, the first two seasons the Nittany Lions advanced to the NCAA College Cup, had been the program’s best. In 2005, Penn State also received its first-ever No. 1 ranking when it took over the top spot on October 11 and held it for three weeks before tying host Michigan at the Big Ten Tournament and falling to No. 3 entering the NCAA Tournament. In 2007, Penn State finished ranked No. 12 in the final NSCAA poll. 2008 was the first year since 1994 that the Lions didn’t find their names in the final poll. The Lions found themselves back on the final poll in 2009 (22) before dropping off again in 2010 and then making a run to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament in 2011, finishing eighth. 2012 proved to be PSU’s best season yet as the Lions reached the National Championship game for the first time in program history. Though they lost to North Carolina in the championship, they were just the second Big Ten team to reach the final (Wisconsin, 1991) and they finished the season ranked No. 2 nationally. A semifinal spot in 2014 yielded a No. 6 final season ranking. The Nittany Lions ended the 2015 campaign with the national title in hand and the No. 1 ranking. PSU FINAL RANKINGS YEAR RANK 1994 NR 1995 23 1996 10 1997 24 1998 7 1999 4 2000 6 2001 6 2002 4 2003 6 2004 9 2005 2 2006 7 2007 12 2008 RV 2009 22 2010 RV 2011 8 2012 2 2013 RV 2014 6 2015 1

RANKING THE RANKS Top 5 Top 10 Top 15 Top 25

PENN STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER AND THE M.A.C. HERMANN TROPHY

In its first 22 years, the Penn State women’s soccer program has put its name on the collegiate soccer map and underlined it with the likes of great players such as Maya Hayes, Joanna Lohman, Christine Nairn, Raquel Rodriguez, Tiffany Weimer and Christie Welsh. All six were finalists for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy, awarded to the top collegiate soccer player in the country, with Welsh becoming the first Lion to bring home the honor in 2001 and Rodriguez became the second Nittany Lion to win the award in 2015. In 13 of the past 15 years, a Nittany Lion has either won the award, been named the runner-up or was a semifinalist for the award, an amazing accomplishment for such a young program. All told, six Nittany Lions have been finalists for the award, while 10 altogether have been on the watch list or among the semifinalists for the award. Penn State’s semifinalists have included Erin McLeod (2005), Ali Krieger (2006), Katie Schoepfer (2009), Maya Hayes (2012, 2013) and Whitney Church (2014).

ALL-TIME PENN STATE M.A.C. HERMANN TROPHY FINALISTS 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Raquel Rodriguez Whitney Church Maya Hayes Christine Nairn Maya Hayes Maya Hayes Christine Nairn Katie Schoepfer Ali Krieger Tiffany Weimer Erin McLeod Tiffany Weimer Joanna Lohman Tiffany Weimer Christie Welsh Christie Welsh Christie Welsh

Winner Semifinalist Semifinalist Runner-Up Semifinalist Runner-Up Semifinalist Semifinalist Semifinalist Runner-Up Semifinalist Runner-Up Runner-Up Semifinalist Runner-Up Winner Runner-Up

5 13 13 16

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WHITNEY CHURCH Ashburn, Va. Philadelphia, Pa. 2014

Year GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 2011 26/16 14 1 1 3 1 2012 27/27 10 3 1 7 1 2013 22/20 22 4 1 9 1 2014 24/24 11 1 1 3 0 Total 100/89 58 9 4 22 3

9

NATALIE JACOBS Defense Centreville, Va. 2004

Year GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 2002 21/16 1 0 0 0 0 2003 25/25 6 0 0 0 0 2004 23/23 0 0 2 2 0 2005 23/21 5 0 1 1 0 Total 92/85 12 0 3 3 0

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KELLY CONVEY Midfield/Forward Philadelphia, Pa. 1998 (M)

Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 Total

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 21/19 45 8 7 23 3 21/21 59 3 5 11 1 26/25 90 7 9 23 2 25/25 36 10 5 25 4 93/90 230 28 26 82 10

5

ALI KRIEGER Midfield/Defense Dumfries, Va. 2005 (M), ’06 (D)

Year GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 2003 25/25 24 0 9 9 0 2004 23/23 35 3 3 9 1 2005 20/20 46 7 2 16 3 2006 26/26 24 2 5 9 1 Total 94/94 129 12 19 43 5

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SHEREE GRAY Midfield Toms River, N.J. 2006 (3rd)

Year GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 2005 25/25 28 3 8 14 2 2006 23/23 33 1 0 2 1 2007 23/21 27 0 5 5 0 Total 71/69 88 4 13 21 3

5

JOANNA LOHMAN Midfield Silver Spring, Md. 2001, ’02, ’03

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 Total

Year

30

2004

21/19 1885:59 17-2-1

MAYA HAYES Forward West Orange, N.J. 2011, ’12

Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total

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GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 21/13 35 5 1 11 0 26/26 97 31 8 70 9 20-19 80 16 6 38 4 23-23 79 19 6 44 4 89-80 274 71 21 163 17

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GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 26/26 74 3 6 12 3 26/26 84 9 14 32 1 24/24 74 10 11 31 3 25/25 115 19 6 44 8 93/90 230 28 26 82 10

ERIN MCLEOD Goalkeeper Vancouver, B.C. 2004 (3rd), ’05

GP/GS MIN REC SO 11

SV

GA GAA

56

9 0.43

2005

24/24 2187:18 22-0-2 10.47

85

20 0.82

Total

45/43 4037:17 39-2-3 21.47

141

29 0.64

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1 Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS MIN REC SO SV GA GAA 22/22 2011:27 14-4-3 8 79 20 0.89 24/24 2176:18 18-4-2 9 103 15 0.62 21/21 1869:27 14-7-0 6 90 23 1.11 21/21 1904:27 13-6-2 7 87 22 1.04 88/88 7961:39 59-21-7 30 359 80 0.90

10

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 21/19 56 7 10 24 2 21/21 73 7 6 20 3 25/24 88 3 13 19 1 27/27 97 17 12 46 6 94/91 314 34 41 109 12

1

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 Total

GP/GS 25/25 26/26 24/24 25/25 100/100

MIN 2232 2229 2223 2169 8853

REC 20-4-1 21-4-1 20-3-1 20-4-1 81-15-4

SO 8.50 9.85 15.40 10.0 43.75

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8

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 24/20 53 12 6 30 4 25/25 80 21 9 51 4 23/23 124 26 12 64 6 25/25 99 32 5 69 13 97/93 356 91 32 214 27

13 CHRISTIE WELSH Forward Massapequa Park, N.Y. 1999, ’00, ’01, ’02 (2nd)

EMILY OLEKSIUK Goalkeeper Willow Grove, Pa. 1999, 2000, ’01 Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 Total

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 23/14 76 8 5 21 2 24/23 104 15 5 35 7 24/21 104 11 7 29 4 21/21 97 14 9 37 5 92-79 381 48 26 122 18

TIFFANY WEIMER Forward North Haven, Conn. 2003, ’04, ’05

CHRISTINE NAIRN Midfield Arnold, Md. 2010 (2nd), ’11 (2nd), ’12

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

12 KATIE SCHOEPFER Forward Waterford, Conn. 2007 (2nd), ’09 (3rd)

ALYSSA NAEHER Goalkeeper Seymour, Conn. 2007, ’08, ’09 (3rd)

SV 132 115 89 80 416

GA GAA 22 0.89 23 0.93 10 0.40 18 0.75 73 0.74

Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 Total

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 26/26 97 27 13 67 9 21/17 97 17 8 42 7 26/26 123 25 18 68 6 24/24 114 13 13 39 5 97/93 431 82 52 216 27

RAQUEL RODRIGUEZ Midfield San Jose, Costa Rica 2015

Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 Total

GP/GS SH G A Pts. GW 25/24 46 4 10 18 0 23/23 48 6 9 21 3 18/16 37 7 3 17 3 27/27 56 6 6 18 3 93/90 187 23 28 74 9

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NATIONAL HONORS MISSOURI ATHLETIC CLUB HONORS 2001 2015

HERMANN TROPHY WINNER Christie Welsh Raquel Rodriguez

HERMANN TROPHY RUNNER-UP 2000 Christie Welsh 2002 Christie Welsh 2003 Joanna Lohman 2004 Tiffany Weimer 2005 Tiffany Weimer 2011 Maya Hayes 2012 Christine Nairn

NSCAA HONORS 2001

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Christie Welsh ALL-AMERICA

First Team 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2011 2012 2014 2015

Kelly Convey Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh Joanna Lohman Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh Joanna Lohman Joanna Lohman Tiffany Weimer Natalie Jacobs Tiffany Weimer Ali Krieger Erin  McLeod Tiffany Weimer Ali Krieger Alyssa Naeher Alyssa Naeher Maya Hayes Maya Hayes Christine Nairn Whitney Church Raquel Rodriguez

Second Team 2002 2007 2010 2011 2013

Christie Welsh Katie Schoepfer Christine Nairn Christine Nairn Maya Hayes

Third Team 2004 2006 2009

Erin McLeod Sheree Gray Alyssa Naeher Katie Schoepfer

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NSCAA COACH OF THE YEAR 1999 Patrick Farmer 2005 Paula Wilkins 2012 Erica Dambach 2015 Erica Dambach NSCAA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2002 Joanna Lohman 2003 Joanna Lohman 2015 Raquel Rodriguez NSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA First Team 2001 Emily Oleksiuk 2002 Heidi Drummond Joanna Lohman Christie Welsh 2003 Heidi Drummond Joanna Lohman 2005 Erin McLeod 2007 Aubrey Aden-Buie 2009 Katie Schoepfer 2013 Maya Hayes Taylor Schram 2015 Raquel Rodriguez Second Team 2006 2007 2014 Third Team 2008 2011

Aubrey Aden-Buie Zoe Bouchelle Raquel Rodriguez Zoe Bouchelle Jessie Davis Lexi Marton

NSCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 2003 Joanna Lohman DISNEY SOCCER/NSCAA DIVISION I NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2013 Maya Hayes, Sept. 17 Maya Hayes, Oct. 22

NCAA TOURNAMENT HONORS NCAA COLLEGE CUP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

1999 Christie Welsh 2002 Joanna Lohman 2005 Erin McLeod 2015 Frannie Crouse Emily Ogle Kaleigh Riehl Raquel Rodriguez Mallory Weber MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER ON OFFENSE 2015 Raquel Rodriguez

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SOCCER AMERICA HONORS 1999 2005 2012

COACH OF THE YEAR Pat Farmer Paula Wilkins Erica Dambach COLLEGIATE MVP

First Team 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2011 2012

Christie Welsh Christie Welsh Christie Welsh Joanna Lohman Joanna Lohman Erin McLeod,Tiffany Weimer Erin McLeod,Tiffany  Weimer Ali Krieger Maya Hayes Christine Nairn

Second Team 2007  Alyssa Naeher 2012 Maya Hayes FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA First Team 2004 Denay Riley 2012 Raquel Rodriguez Mallory Weber Second  Team 2006 Alyssa Naeher NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2005 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 25 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 23 2011 Maya Hayes, Sept. 7 NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK 1994 Rachel Hoffman, Oct. 24 1998 Bonnie Young, Sept. 7 Erin Cochran, Sept. 14 Shari Pickett, Sept. 14 1999 Kris Phillips, Aug. 29 Kris Phillips, Sept. 12 Christie Welsh, Sept. 12 Christie Welsh, Nov. 3 2000 Heidi Drummond, Sept. 18 2001 Christie Welsh, Oct. 9 Christie Welsh, Nov. 5 Christie Welsh, Nov. 14 2002 Joanna Lohman, Sept. 3 Amanda Brown, Sept. 9 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 30 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 14 Joanna Lohman, Oct. 30 2003 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 9 Joanna Lohman, Sept. 16 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 28 2004 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 5 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 13 Tiffany Weimer, Nov. 3 2005 Tiffany Weimer, Aug. 28

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NATIONAL HONORS 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011

Tiffany Weimer, Aug. 29 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 11 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 25 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 23 Sarah Dwyer, Aug. 30 Ali Krieger, Nov. 8 Katie Schoepfer, Sept. 17 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 8 Zoe Bouchelle, Oct. 15 Tara Davies, Oct. 29 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 21 Lexi Marton, Aug. 25 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 13 Danielle Toney, Oct. 13 Danielle Toney, Nov. 4 Maya Hayes, Aug. 31 Maya Hayes, Sept. 7 Ali Schaefer, Sept. 27 Taylor Schram, Oct. 20

Soccer America discontinued the Team of the Week honors for the 2010 season and following the 2012 season.

TOPDRAWERSOCCER.COM HONORS NATIONAL COLLEGIATE TEAM First Team 2010 Christine Nairn 2011 Maya Hayes 2012 Maya Hayes Christine Nairn 2013 Maya Hayes 2015 Raquel Rodriguez Second Team 2009 Danielle Toney 2011 Christine Nairn 2012 Whitney Church Third Team 2009 2014 2015

Katie Schoepfer Whitney Church Emily Ogle

NATIONAL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2009 Christine Nairn NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015 Raquel Rodriguez NATIONAL FRESHMEN TEAM First Team 2009 Christine Nairn 2010 Tani Costa 2012 Raquel Rodriguez 2014 Frannie Crouse Maddie Elliston Emily Ogle 2015 Kaleigh Riehl

Second Team 2012 2013 2015

Mallory Weber Brittany Basinger Ellie Jean

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2009 Danielle Toney, Nov. 2 2010 Tani Costa, Nov. 1 2011 Maya Hayes, Sept. 5 Taylor Schram, Oct. 17 NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK 2008 Jessie Davis, Oct. 6 Alyssa Naeher, Oct. 22 Jessie Davis, Oct. 22 2009 Danielle Toney, Nov. 2 2010 Tani Costa, Nov. 1 Ali Schaefer, Nov. 8 2011 Jess Rosenbluth, Aug. 29 Maya Hayes, Sept. 5 Ali Schaefer, Sept. 26 Maya Hayes, Oct. 3 Maya Hayes, Oct. 17 Taylor Schram, Oct. 17 Maya Hayes, Oct. 24 2012 Maya Hayes, Oct. 1 2013 Maya Hayes, Oct. 22 2014 Britt Eckerstrom, Oct. 6 Maddie Elliston, Oct. 6 Emily Ogle, Aug. 25 Salina Williford, Sept. 30 Raquel Rodriguez, Nov. 18 2015 Brittany Basinger, Sept. 15 Elizabeth Ball, Oct. 6 Elizabeth Ball, Nov. 11 Megan Schafer, Nov. 25 Frannie Crouse, Dec. 1 Emily Ogle, Dec. 1 Kaleigh Riehl, Dec. 1

OTHER HONORS 1999

HONDA SPORT AWARD PLAYER OF THE WEEK Kelly Convey, Oct. 5

SOCCER TIMES NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1999 Kelly Convey, Oct. 5 SOCCER TIMES COACH OF THE YEAR 1998 Patrick Farmer COLLEGE SOCCER WEEKLY NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1998 Emily Oleksiuk, Nov. 24 1999 Christie Welsh, Sept. 14 Christie Welsh, Nov. 2

2015

ESPNW SOCCER PLAYER OF THE WEEK Frannie Crouse, Sept. 15

COLLEGE SOCCER ONLINE ALL-AMERICA

First Team 1999 2000 Second Team 1999 2000

Christie Welsh Christie Welsh Kelly Convey Emily Oleksiuk Emily Oleksiuk

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HONORS First Team 2001 2002 2003 2005

Joanna Lohman Emily Oleksiuk Joanna Lohman Joanna Lohman Lindsay Bach

Second Team 2000 2002 2007

Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh Aubrey Aden-Buie

Third Team 2005 2006 2007 2008 2011

Erin McLeod Aubrey Aden-Buie Zoe Bouchelle Zoe Bouchelle Maya Hayes

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NATIONAL HONORS SOCCER BUZZ HONORS* COACH OF THE YEAR RUNNER UP 2005.................................................................................... Paula Wilkins ALL-AMERICA First Team 2007.................................................................................... Alyssa Naeher 2008.................................................................................... Alyssa Naeher Second Team 1997................................................................................ Rachel Hoffman 1998..................................................................................... Kelly Convey 2001................................................................................. Joanna Lohman 2002................................................................................... Christie Welsh 2006......................................................................................... Ali Krieger 2007................................................................................. Katie Schoepfer Third Team 2005..................................................................................... Lindsay Bach ................................................................................................. Ali Krieger 2008....................................................................................Zoe Bouchelle Fourth Team 2006...................................................................................... Sheree Gray Honorable Mention 2000................................................................................. Joanna Lohman 2001.................................................................................... Bonnie Young 2003..................................................................................Tiffany Weimer NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1999................................................................................... Christie Welsh

ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK 2001....................................................................... Christie Welsh, Oct. 8 .............................................................................. Bonnie Young, Oct. 22 2002.................................................................. Leigh Hamilton, Sept. 30 ....................................................................... Heidi Drummond, Oct. 14 ........................................................................... Joanna Lohman, Oct. 30 2003.................................................................. Joanna Lohman, Sept. 16 .......................................................................... Leigh Hamilton, Sept. 23 ..............................................................................Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 6 ....................................................................... Heidi Drummond, Oct. 28 2004................................................................... Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 22 ................................................................................ Natalie Jacobs, Oct. 6 ............................................................................Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 13 ............................................................................. Tiffany Weimer, Nov. 3 2005....................................................................Tiffany Weimer, Aug. 30 ............................................................................. Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 6 ........................................................................... Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 13 2006........................................................................Sarah Dwyer, Aug. 29 ............................................................................... Sarah Dwyer, Sept. 19 ..................................................................................... Ali Krieger, Nov. 7 2007................................................................... Katie Schoepfer, Sept. 17 ..............................................................................Zoe Bouchelle, Oct. 15 ..................................................................................Tara Davies, Oct. 29 2008........................................................................ Nikki Watts, Sept. 10 * – SoccerBuzz.com discontinued operation during the summer of 2009. SOCCER NEWS NET SUPPORTERS’ CHOICE AWARD 2010......................................................................................... Tani Costa

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA First Team 2000................................................................................. Joanna Lohman 2004.......................................................................................Denay Riley Second Team 1998..................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk 2000................................................................................ Stephanie Smith 2005..........................................................................................Allie Long Third Team 1998................................................................................... Bonnie Young 2002.................................................................................Tiffany Weimer 2003........................................................................................ Ali Krieger 2006................................................................................... Alyssa Naeher Fourth Team 2008............................................................................... Emma Thomson Honorable Mention 2005....................................................................................... Sheree Gray

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REGIONAL HONORS NSCAA HONORS ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION First Team 2007....................................................................................Zoe Bouchelle ............................................................................................ Alyssa Naeher ...............................................................................................Denay Riley ......................................................................................... Katie Schoepfer 2008....................................................................................Zoe Bouchelle ............................................................................................ Alyssa Naeher 2009.................................................................................... Alyssa Naeher ......................................................................................... Christine Nairn ......................................................................................... Katie Schoepfer ...........................................................................................Danielle Toney 2010................................................................................. Christine Nairn 2011.......................................................................................Maya Hayes .............................................................................................. Lexi Marton ......................................................................................... Christine Nairn 2012............................................................................... Whitney Church ...............................................................................................Maya Hayes ......................................................................................... Christine Nairn 2013.......................................................................................Maya Hayes ........................................................................................... Taylor Schram 2014............................................................................... Whitney Church ...................................................................................... Raquel Rodriguez 2015....................................................................................Emily Ogle ...................................................................................... Raquel Rodriguez ...................................................................................... Megan Schafer Second Team 2007............................................................................. Aubrey Aden-Buie ............................................................................................... Sheree Gray 2008........................................................................................ Jessie Davis ......................................................................................... Katie Schoepfer 2011................................................................................... Taylor Schram 2012....................................................................................Erin McNulty 2013............................................................................... Whitney Church ...........................................................................................Mallory Weber 2015................................................................................ Britt Eckerstrom ...........................................................................................Mallory Weber Third Team 2008...................................................................................Danielle Toney 2010...................................................................................Danielle Toney 2012.............................................................................. Raquel Rodriguez 2013.............................................................................. Raquel Rodriguez ...........................................................................................Mallory Weber 2014....................................................................................... Emily Hurd ................................................................................................ Emily Ogle ALL-MIDEAST REGION First Team 1994................................................................................ Rachel Hoffman ALL-MID-ATLANTIC REGION First Team 1995................................................................................ Rachel Hoffman 1996................................................................................ Rachel Hoffman 1997..................................................................................... Kelly Convey 1998..................................................................................... Kelly Convey .....................................................................................Jeannine Verdrager 1999..................................................................................... Kelly Convey ..........................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk ...........................................................................................Gillian Samuel ........................................................................................... Christie Welsh 2000................................................................................. Joanna Lohman .............................................................................................. Megan Mills ..........................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk 17 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1998-2012, 2014-15

........................................................................................... Christie Welsh 2001................................................................................. Joanna Lohman ..........................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk ........................................................................................... Christie Welsh ............................................................................................ Bonnie Young 2002............................................................................. Heidi Drummond ......................................................................................... Joanna Lohman ........................................................................................... Christie Welsh 2003................................................................................. Joanna Lohman ..........................................................................................Tiffany Weimer 2004.................................................................................... Natalie Jacobs ................................................................................................. Ali Krieger ............................................................................................. Erin McLeod ..........................................................................................Tiffany Weimer 2005..................................................................................... Lindsay Bach ................................................................................................. Ali Krieger ............................................................................................. Erin McLeod ..........................................................................................Tiffany Weimer 2006....................................................................................... Sheree Gray ................................................................................................. Ali Krieger ..................................................................................................Allie Long Second Team 1997................................................................................ Rachel Hoffman 1998................................................................................. Carole Dutchka ..........................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk 1999.............................................................................. Courtney Lawson 2000................................................................................ Stephanie Smith ............................................................................................ Bonnie Young 2001............................................................................. Heidi Drummond 2002................................................................................ Stephanie Smith 2004.......................................................................................Denay Riley 2005.................................................................................... Natalie Jacobs 2006.......................................................................................Denay Riley Third Team 2003................................................................................ Stephanie Smith 2005....................................................................................... Sheree Gray ..................................................................................................Allie Long ..................................................................................... Aubrey Aden-Buie MID-ATLANTIC COACH OF THE YEAR 1996......................................................................................... Pat Farmer 1998......................................................................................... Pat Farmer 1999......................................................................................... Pat Farmer 2005.................................................................................... Paula Wilkins

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

First Team 2000.................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk 2001................................................................................ Joanna Lohman .........................................................................................Emily Oleksiuk 2002................................................................................ Joanna Lohman .......................................................................................... Christie Welsh 2003................................................................................ Joanna Lohman 2005.................................................................................... Lindsay Bach ............................................................................................ Erin McLeod 2006............................................................................ Aubrey Aden-Buie 2007............................................................................ Aubrey Aden-Buie ...........................................................................................Zoe Bouchelle 2008...................................................................................Zoe Bouchelle 2011......................................................................................Maya Hayes 2014...................................................................................... Emily Hurd .......................................................................................Mallory Peterson 2015............................................................................... Britt Eckerstrom ..................................................................................... Raquel Rodriguez 2015 NCAA CHAMPIONS

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REGIONAL HONORS Second Team 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2011

Leigh Hamilton Lindsay Bach Amanda Lentz Alyssa Naeher Jessie Davis Katie Schoepfer Katie Schoepfer Jess Rosenbluth

SOCCER BUZZ* ALL-GREAT LAKES REGION First Team 2007 Zoe Bouchelle Alyssa Naeher Katie Schoepfer 2008 Alyssa Naeher Second  Team 2007 Aubrey Aden-Buie Sheree Gray 2008 Jessie Davis Katie Schoepfer Third Team 2007 Denay Riley 2008 Danielle Toney GREAT LAKES REGION ALL-FRESHMAN 2008 Emma Thomson ALL-MID-ATLANTIC REGION First Team 1996 Rachel Hoffman 1998 Kelly Convey Emily Oleksiuk Jeannine Verdrager 1999 Kelly Convey Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh 2000 Joanna Lohman Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh 2001 Joanna Lohman Emily Oleksiuk Christie Welsh Bonnie Young 2002 Heidi Drummond Joanna Lohman Christie Welsh 2003 Joanna Lohman Tiffany Weimer 2004 Natalie Jacobs Erin McLeod Tiffany Weimer 2005 Lindsay Bach Natalie Jacobs Ali Krieger Erin McLeod Tiffany Weimer 2006 Sheree Gray Ali Krieger Allie Long 46

Second Team 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 Third Team 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006

Rachel Hoffman Carole Dutchka Courtney Lawson Megan Mills Bonnie Young Heidi Drummond Ali Krieger Denay Riley Allie Long Denay Riley Gillian Samuel Stephanie Smith Megan Mills Stephanie Smith Heidi Drummond Stephanie Smith Carmelina Moscato Aubrey Aden-Buie

MID-ATLANTIC REGION ALL-FRESHMAN 1996 Kelly Convey 1998 Emily Oleksiuk Gillian Samuel Bonnie Young 1999 Christie Welsh 2000 Joanna Lohman Stephanie Smith 2002 Amanda Brown Natalie Jacobs Tiffany Weimer 2003 Sarah Dwyer Ali Krieger 2004 Denay Riley 2005 Zoe Bouchelle Sheree Gray Allie Long 2006 Alyssa Naeher Katie Schoepfer

MID-ATLANTIC REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 1998 Pat Farmer 1999 Pat Farmer 2003 (Runner-up) Paula Wilkins 2005 Paula Wilkins * – SoccerBuzz.com discontinued operation during the summer of 2009.

PHILLY SOCCER NEWS 2009 2010 2011

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Danielle Toney Tani Costa Maya Hayes FIRST XI

2009 2010

Lexi Marton Alyssa Naeher Danielle Toney Christine Nairn Katie  Schoepfer Tani Costa Christine Nairn Philly Soccer News discontinued the First XI in 2011

MID-ATLANTIC REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1998 (Defensive) Emily Oleksiuk 2000 (Defensive) Emily Oleksiuk (Offensive) Christie Welsh 2001 Christie Welsh 2002 Joanna Lohman 2003 Joanna Lohman 2004 Tiffany Weimer 2005 Tiffany Weimer 2006 Ali Krieger MID-ATLANTIC REGION FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1999 Christie Welsh 2000 Joanna Lohman

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BIG TEN HONORS BIG TEN HONORS BIG TEN TEAM CHAMPIONS 1998 2007 1999 2008 2000 2009 2001 2010 2002 2011 2003 2012 2004 2014 2005 2015 2006

2009 2012 2014

First Team 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 2000 1998 2006 2000 2008 2001 2015 2001 BIG TEN FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2002 2001-02 Christie Welsh 2005-06 Tiffany Weimer 2003 2004 BIG TEN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1999 Christie Welsh 2005 2000 Christie Welsh 2001 Christie Welsh 2006 2003 Joanna Lohman 2007 BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008 2004 Natalie Jacobs 2005 Lindsay Bach* 2009 2006 Ali Krieger* 2007 Alyssa Naeher 2010 2009 Alyssa Naeher 2011 2012 Whitney Church 2014 Whitney Church 2012 BIG TEN OFFENSIVE 2013 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2014 2004 Tiffany Weimer 2015 2005 Tiffany Weimer 2009 Katie Schoepfer Second Team 2011 Maya Hayes* 1997 2012 Maya Hayes* 1998 * – Named Forward of the Year 1999 BIG TEN MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR 2000 2012 Christine Nairn 2001 2014 Raquel Rodriguez 2002 2003 BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1998 Emily Oleksiuk 2004 1999 Christie Welsh 2005 2000 Joanna Lohman 2006 2002 Tiffany Weimer 2007 2003 Ali Krieger 2009 Christine Nairn 2008 2012 Raquel Rodriguez 2009 2014 Emily Ogle 2010 BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR 2011 1998 Patrick Farmer 2001 Paula Wilkins* 2012 2003 Paula Wilkins 2004 Paula Wilkins 2013 2005 Paula Wilkins 2014 2006 Paula Wilkins 17 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1998-2012, 2014-15

Erica Dambach Erica Dambach Erica Dambach

2015

Kori Chapic, Britt Eckerstrom Emily Ogle, Kaleigh Riehl, Megan Schafer

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN Amanda Brown, Natalie Jacobs, Tiffany Weimer Sarah Dwyer, Ali Krieger Denay Riley Sheree Gray, Allie Long Alyssa Naeher, Katie Schoepfer Danielle Toney Emma  Thomson Lexi Marton, Christine Nairn Tani Costa, Bri Hovington Kori Chapic, Whitney Church, Emily Hurd Raquel Rodriguez, Mallory Weber Brittany Basinger Maddie Elliston, Emily Ogle, Frannie Crouse Ellie Jean, Alina Ortega Jurado, Kaleigh Riehl, Charlotte Williams

1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

BIG TEN PLAYER OF THE WEEK Rachel Hoffman, Oct. 11 Rachel Hoffman, Nov. 1 Liz Villamil, Sept. 5 Carole Dutchka, Oct. 30 Rachel Hoffman, Sept. 16 Carole Dutchka, Sept. 23 Kelly Convey, Oct. 28 Bonnie Young, Sept. 7 Emily Oleksiuk, Sept. 14 Emily Oleksiuk, Nov. 9 Emily Oleksiuk, Sept. 13 Christie Welsh, Oct. 12 Christie Welsh, Oct. 19 Courtney Lawson, Oct. 25 Stephanie Smith, Sept. 11 Christie Welsh, Sept. 25 Christie Welsh, Oct. 2 Christie Welsh, Sept. 24 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 1 Christie Welsh, Oct. 8 Emily Oleksiuk, Oct. 22 Christie Welsh, Nov. 5 Amanda Brown, Sept. 9 Heidi Drummond, Sept. 16 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 30 Leigh Hamilton, Sept. 30 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 14 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 21 Amanda Brown, Sept. 8 Joanna Lohman, Sept 15 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 6 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 13 Heidi Drummond, Oct. 27 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 6 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 20 Natalie Jacobs, Oct. 4 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 4 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 11 Erin McLeod, Oct. 18 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 18 Erin McLeod, Nov. 1 Tiffany Weimer, Nov. 1 Tiffany Weimer, Aug. 29 Tiffany Weimer, Sept. 5

ALL-BIG TEN Rachel Hoffman Rachel Hoffman Rachel Hoffman Rachel Hoffman Kelly Convey, Carole Dutchka, Emily Oleksiuk Kelly Convey, Emily Oleksiuk, Christie Welsh Joanna Lohman, Megan Mills, Luanne Strom, Emily Oleksiuk, Christie Welsh, Bonnie Young Heidi Drummond, Joanna Lohman, Emily Oleksiuk, Christie Welsh, Bonnie Young Heidi Drummond, Joanna Lohman, Christie Welsh Joanna Lohman, Tiffany Weimer Ali Krieger, Natalie Jacobs, Erin McLeod, Tiffany Weimer Lindsay Bach, Ali Krieger, Erin McLeod, Tiffany Weimer Aubrey Aden-Buie, Sheree Gray, Ali Krieger, Allie Long Zoe Bouchelle, Alyssa Naeher, Katie Schoepfer Zoe Bouchelle, Jessie Davis, Alyssa Naeher, Katie Schoepfer Alyssa Naeher, Christine Nairn, Katie Schoepfer, Danielle Toney Christine Nairn Maya Hayes, Lexi Marton Christine Nairn, Ali Schaefer Whitney Church, Maya Hayes Christine Nairn Maya Hayes, Mallory Weber Whitney Church, Raquel Rodriguez Raquel Rodriguez, Mallory Weber Kelly Convey, Jaime Welsch Gillian Samuel, Jeannine Verdrager Courtney Lawson, Megan Mills Gillian Samuel, Jeannine Verdrager Stephanie Smith Stephanie Smith Stephanie Smith Heidi Drummond, Leigh Hamilton Natalie Jacobs, Stephanie Smith Amanda Lentz, Denay Riley Natalie Jacobs, Allie Long Alyssa Naeher, Denay Riley Aubrey Aden-Buie, Jessie Davis, Denay Riley Meghan Gill Lexi Marton Tani Costa, Emma Thomson, Danielle Toney Erin McNulty, Taylor Schram, Emma Thomson Maddy Evans, Erin McNulty, Raquel Rodriguez Whitney Church, Taylor Schram Emily Hurd, Frannie Crouse,

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Erin McLeod, Sept. 12 Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 3* Tiffany Weimer, Oct. 24 Ali Krieger, Oct. 31 Aubrey Aden-Buie, Sept. 25 Allie Long, Oct. 23 Katie Schoepfer, Sept. 17 Alyssa Naeher, Sept. 24 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 8 Zoe Bouchelle, Oct. 15 Tara Davies, Oct. 29 Alyssa Naeher, Nov. 5 Alyssa Naeher, Oct. 20 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 20 Jessie Davis, Oct. 27 Alyssa Naeher, Aug. 24 Alyssa Naeher, Sept. 14 Alyssa Naeher, Oct. 5 Danielle Toney, Oct. 12 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 19 Katie Schoepfer, Oct. 26 Katie Schoepfer, Nov. 9 Emma Thomson, Nov. 9 Alyssa Naeher, Nov. 2 Danielle Toney, Nov. 2 Krissy Tribbett, Oct. 11 Emma Thomson, Oct. 25 Tani Costa, Nov. 1 Bri Hovington, Nov. 8 Maya Hayes, Aug. 29 Maya Hayes, Sept. 5 Ali Schaefer, Sept. 26 Maya Hayes, Oct. 10 Taylor Schram, Oct. 17 Maya Hayes, Oct. 24 Maya Hayes, Sept. 24 Maya Hayes, Oct. 1 Maya Hayes, Sept. 16 Whitney Church, Sept. 23 Raquel Rodriguez, Sept. 30 Maya Hayes, Oct. 21 Maya Hayes, Nov. 4 Kori Chapic, Oct. 27 Frannie Crouse, Sept. 15 Britt Eckerstrom, Sept. 15* Elizabeth Ball, Oct. 13

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK 2009 Lexi Marton, Aug. 24 Christine Nairn, Oct. 5 Christine Nairn, Nov. 2 2010 Tani Costa, Oct. 10 Hayley Brock, Oct. 25 Tani Costa, Nov. 1 Taylor Schram, Nov. 8 2011 Kori Chapic, Oct. 3 Emily Hurd, Oct. 17 2012 Mallory Weber, Aug. 20 Raquel Rodriguez, Sept. 17 Mallory Weber, Sept. 24 Mallory Weber, Oct. 8* Mallory Peterson, Oct. 22 Mallory Weber, Oct. 29 2014 Megan Schafer, Sept. 3 Frannie Crouse, Sept. 22 Frannie Crouse, Sept. 29 Megan Schafer, Oct. 20 Frannie Crouse, Nov. 3 2015 Kaleigh Riehl, Sept. 15 Marissa Sheva, Oct. 27 Kaleigh Riehl, Oct. 29 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT OFFENSIVE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2006 Aubrey Aden-Buie 2008 Danielle Toney 2015 Frannie Crouse BIG TEN TOURNAMENT DEFENSIVE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2006 Ali Krieger 2008 Alyssa Naeher 2015 Britt Eckerstrom BIG TEN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1999 Kelly Convey, Emily Oleksiuk, Christie Welsh 2000 Joanna Lohman, Emily Oleksiuk, Stephanie Smith, Bonnie Young 2001 Joanna Lohman, Megan Mills, Christie Welsh 2002 Christie Welsh 2003 Amanda Brown 2004 Erin McLeod, Tiffany Weimer 2005 Allie Long 2006 Aubrey Aden-Buie, Sarah Dwyer, Ali Krieger 2007 Katie Schoepfer 2008 Jessie Davis, Alyssa Naeher, Danielle Toney 2011 Jess Rosenbluth, Emma Thomson 2012 Emily Hurd 2013 Britt Eckerstrom 2014 Whitney Church 2015 Frannie Crouse, Britt Eckerstrom, Emily Ogle BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 2004-05 Joanna Lohman 2008-09 Zoe Bouchelle

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ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 1994 Bridget Brugger, Susan Criss, Corinne Fiene, Laura Herold, Erica Phillips, Deborah Summers, Gyll Turteltaub 1995 Dina DaCosta, Jodi Huckabee, Lauren Miller, Lauren Olmsted, Liz Villamil 1996 Jen Baer, Dara Christante, Tracy Frost, Jodi Huckabee, Meghan Hyland, Lauren Miller, Heather Miskiewicz, Lauren Olmsted, Liz Villamil, Jaime Welsch 1997 Jen Baer, Dara Christante, Tracy Frost, Darcie Hite, Jodi Huckabee, Jen Medina, Lauren Miller, Lauren Olmsted, Liz Villamil, Jaime Welsch 1998 Jen Baer, Dara Christante, Carole Dutchka, Emily Ferguson, Tracy Frost, Meghan Hyland, Jennifer Medina, Erin Miller, Luanne Strom 1999 Erin Cochran, Meredith Guerin, Nicole Heilman, Colleen Kaufold, Megan McKeown, Emily Medina, Erin Miller, Megan Mills, Emily Oleksiuk, Megan Smart, Luanne Strom 2000 Kelli Anderson, Erin Cochran, Sarah Gebauer, Tamara Johnson, Colleen Kaufold, Kristen Mandler, Megan McKeown, Erin Miller, Megan Mills, Emily Oleksiuk, Kris Phillips, Christy Powdrell, Megan Smart, Luanne Strom, Alison Weimer 2001 Heidi Drummond, Sarah Gebauer, Leigh Hamilton, Alexandra Hill, Tamara Johnson, Kristen Mandler, Megan Mills, Emily Oleksiuk, Stephanie Pezzullo, Christy Powdrell, Alison Weimer, Christie Welsh 2002 Lindsay Bach, Heidi Drummond, Sarah Gebauer, Leigh Hamilton, Sophie Hiler, Alexandra Hill, Tamara Johnson, Amanda Lentz, Joanna Lohman, Kristen Mandler, Brooke Mertz, Stephanie Pezzullo, Christy Powdrell, Alison Weimer, Christie Welsh 2003 Lindsay Bach, Amanda Brown, Heidi Drummond, Leigh Hamilton, Sophie Hiler, Natalie Jacobs, Mandy Komar, Amanda Lentz, Joanna Lohman, Brooke Mertz, Carmelina Moscato, Stephanie Pezzullo 2004 Lindsay Bach, Amanda Brown, Sarah Dwyer, Sophie Hiler, Janelle Hoak, Natalie Jacobs, Ali Krieger, Amanda Lentz, Holly Lincoln, Alison McKeown, Brooke Mertz, Carmelina Moscato, Stephanie Pezzullo, Jean Rettig, Jaime Stich, Heather Tomko, Tiffany Weimer 2005 Kaleen Adami, Aubrey Aden-Buie, Lindsay Bach, Zoe Bouchelle, Amanda Brown, Sarah Dwyer, Janelle Hoak, Natalie Jacobs, Ali Krieger, Holly Lincoln, Erin McLeod, Carmelina Moscato, Jean Rettig, Heather Tomko, Tiffany Weimer 2006 Kaleen Adami, Aubrey Aden-Buie, Zoe Bouchelle, Allison Daus, Jessie Davis, Sarah Dwyer, Ali Krieger, Holly Lincoln, Allie Long, Kate Milstead, Ashley Myers, Jean Rettig, Heather Tomko 2007 Aubrey Aden-Buie, Zoe Bouchelle, Allie Daus, Tara Davies, Jesse Davis, Jamie Morrison, Ashley Myers, Alyssa Naeher, Alli Rago, Maura Ryan, Katie Schoepfer, Jess Shue 2008 Kaleen Adami, Zoe Bouchelle, Alli Daus, Tara Davies, Jessie Davis, Melissa Hayes,

Megan Monroig, Ashley Myers, Alyssa Naeher, Alli Rago, Katie Schoepfer, Danielle Toney 2009 Tara Davies, Jackie Hakes, Kristin Hartmann, Melissa Hayes, Megan Monroig, Alyssa Naeher, Carly Niness, Alli Rago, Jess Rosenbluth, Ali Schaefer, Katie Schoepfer, Emma Thomson, Danielle Toney, Krissy Tribbett, Nikki Watts, Dani Zavala 2010 Maddy Evans, Bri Garcia, Meghan Gill, Jackie Hakes, Julie Hubbard, Lexi Marton, Megan Monroig, Christine Nairn, Carly Niness, Jess Rosenbluth, Ali Schaefer, Emma Thomson, Danielle Toney, Krissy Tribbett 2011 Ellen Arnaud, Maddy Evans, Bri Garcia, Meghan Gill, Maya Hayes, Emily Hurd, Lexi Marton, Jackie Molinda, Christine Nairn, Carly Niness, Jess Rosenbluth, Ali Schaefer, Taylor Schram, Emma Thomson, Krissy Tribbett 2012 Tara Barr, Kori Chapic, Amanda Dotten, Britt Eckerstrom, Maddy Evans, Bri Garcia, Maya Hayes, Emily Hurd, Erin Kehoe, Kindrah Kohne, Erin McNulty, Christine Nairn, Taylor Schram 2013 Kori Chapic, Britt Eckerstrom, Alex Golestani, Maya Hayes, Emily Hurd, Meghan Kaminski, Erin Kehoe, Kindrah Kohne, Lexi Marton, Corey Persson, Mallory Peterson, Raquel Rodriguez, Taylor Schram 2014 Brittany Basinger, Kori Chapic, Teddy Chase, Britt Eckerstrom, Emily Hurd, Meghan Kaminski, Kindrah Kohne, Mallory Peterson, Raquel Rodriguez, Mallory Weber, Angela Widlacki 2015 Brittany Basinger, Rose Chandler, Teddy Chase, Isabelle Clauss, Frannie Crouse, Haleigh Echard, Britt Eckerstrom, Maddie Elliston, Emily Ogle, Megan Ritchey, Raquel Rodriguez, Megan Schafer, Liisi Vink-Lainas, Mallory Weber Bold denotes current student-athlete

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TEAM AWARDS 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014

Rachel Hoffman Rachel Hoffman Jodi Huckabee Kelly Convey, Rachel Hoffman Emily Oleksiuk Emily Oleksiuk Emily Oleksiuk Joanna Lohman Joanna Lohman Joanna Lohman Lindsay Bach Erin McLeod Ali Krieger Alyssa Naeher Alyssa Naeher Katie Schoepfer Christine Nairn Maya Hayes Christine Nairn Whitney Church

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015

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Lauren Olmsted Carole Dutchka Rachel Hoffman Carole Dutchka Kelly Convey, Carole Dutchka Christie Welsh Christie Welsh Heidi Drummond Heidi Drummond Heidi Drummond Tiffany Weimer Tiffany Weimer Aubrey Aden-Buie Katie Schoepfer Danielle Toney Katie  Schoepfer Danielle Toney Maya Hayes Christine Narin Raquel Rodriguez Raquel Rodriguez

Lauren Miller Lauren Miller Jaime Welsch Jaime Welsch Megan Mills Megan Mills Bonnie Young Bonnie Young Leigh Hamilton Leigh Hamilton Natalie Jacobs Lindsay Bach Alyssa Naeher Jessie Davis Jessie Davis Alyssa Naeher Carly Niness Emma Thomson Whitney Church Whitney Church Britt Eckerstrom MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE PLAYER 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015

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OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

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Jodi Huckabee Jaime Welsch Tracy Frost Nicole Heilman Jennifer Medina Kelly Kolodczak Erin Miller Lindsay Bach Jamie Stich Sarah Dwyer Holly Lincoln Sarah Dwyer Jessie Davis Danielle Toney Meghan Gill Kristin Hartmann Tani Costa Whitney Church Erin Kehoe

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Julie Munch Darcie Hite Tracy Frost Jen Baer Erin, Miller, Nicole Heilman Lauren Pumphrey Sarah Gebauer Alison Weimer Stephanie Smith Janelle Hoak Holly Lincoln Sarah Dwyer Kaleen Adami

Seniors’ Unsung Award discontinued after 2006 RODNEY SWINEFORD AWARD 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015

Jean Rettig Zoe Bouchelle Melissa Hayes Megan Monroig Meghan Gill Maddy Evans Kindrah Kohne Teddy Chase NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

2011 2012 2014 2015

Whitney Church Raquel Rodriguez Maddie Elliston Kaleigh Riehl

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Joanna Lohman Zoe Bouchelle Britt Eckerstrom

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ALL-TIME RECORDS SINGLE-GAME OFFENSE SHOTS 1. 12 Katie Schoepfer 12 Katie Schoepfer 12 Christie Welsh 4. 10 Maya Hayes 10 Christine Nairn 10 Christine Nairn 10 Heidi Drummond 10 Heidi Drummond 10 Christie Welsh 10 Kelly Convey

vs. Hofstra 11/18/07 vs. Ohio St. 11/9/07 vs. Michigan 10/7/01 vs. Minnesota 9/30/12 at. W. Virginia 8/31/12 vs. Army 11/11/11 vs. Iowa 9/21/04 vs. Santa Clara 9/14/04 vs. Texas A&M 9/17/00 at Rutgers 10/21/98

GOALS 1. 4 Christie Welsh vs. Michigan 10/7/01 4 Courtney Lawson vs. Ohio St. 10/22/99 4 Christie Welsh vs. JMU 9/5/99 ASSISTS 1. 4 Ali Krieger vs. Bucknell 9/17/03 2. 3 Tani Costa at Okla. State 9/13/13 3 Raquel Rodriguez at Bucknell 9/10/13 3 Maya Hayes vs. Ohio St. 9/29/11 3 Taylor Schram vs. W. Virginia 8/26/11 3 Christine Nairn vs. Purdue 11/1/09 3 Melissa Hayes at Bucknell 9/19/07 3 Tiffany Weimer vs. Maryland 10/27/14 3 Christie Welsh vs. Pittsburgh 9/1/02 3 Joanna Lohman at Pittsburgh 10/28/01 3 Christie Welsh at Ohio St. 10/22/99 3 Jeannine Verdrager vs. Maryland 9/4/98 POINTS 1. 10 Christie Welsh 2. 8 Courtney Lawson 8 Christie Welsh 4. 7 Katie Schoepfer 7 Tiffany Weimer 7 Tiffany Weimer 7 Tiffany Weimer 7 Christie Welsh 7 Christie Welsh

vs. Michigan 10/7/01 at Ohio St. 10/22/99 vs. JMU 9/5/99 vs. Illinois 10/25/09 vs. Texas A&M 11/19/05 vs. Maryland 10/27/04 vs. Wisconsin 9/17/04 vs. Duke 9/7/01 vs. Virginia 10/29/99

SINGLE-SEASON OFFENSE SHOTS 1. 124 Tiffany Weimer 2. 123 Christie Welsh 3. 115 Joanna Lohman 4. 114 Christie Welsh 5. 104 Katie Schoepfer 104 Katie Schoepfer

23 gms. 26 gms. 25 gms. 24 gms. 24 gms. 24 gms.

2004 2001 2003 2002 2008 2007

GOALS 1. 32 Tiffany Weimer 2. 31 Maya Hayes 3. 27 Christie Welsh 4. 26 Tiffany Weimer 5. 25 Christie Welsh

25 gms. 26 gms. 26 gms. 23 gms. 26 gms.

2005 2011 1999 2004 2001

ASSISTS 1. 18 Christie Welsh 2. 14 Joanna Lohman 3. 13 Christine Nairn 13 Christie Welsh 13 Christie Welsh

26 gms. 26 gms. 25 gms. 24 gms. 26 gms.

2001 2001 2011 2002 1999

POINTS 1. 70 Maya Hayes 2. 69 Tiffany Weimer 3. 68 Christie Welsh 4. 67 Christie Welsh 5. 64 Tiffany Weimer

26 gms. 25 gms. 26 gms. 26 gms. 23 gms.

2011 2005 2001 1999 2004

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 13 Tiffany Weimer 2. 9 Maya Hayes 9 Christie Welsh 4. 8 Joanna Lohman 5. 7 Katie Schoepfer 7 Christie Welsh 7 Carole Dutchka

25 gms. 26 gms. 26 gms. 25 gms. 24 gms. 21 gms. 26 gms.

2005 2011 1999 2003 2007 2000 1998

SINGLE-GAME GOALKEEPING SAVES 1. 15 Robyn Van Praag 2. 14 Erin McNulty 3. 13 Dara Christante 13 Robyn Van Praag 5. 12 Dara Christante 12 Alyssa Naeher

SINGLE-SEASON GOALKEEPING

vs. Minnesota 10/9/94 vs. Iowa 10/31/12 vs. Michigan 10/5/97 vs. Cornell 9/9/94 vs. George Mason 10/4/96 at Minnesota 10/16/09

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SAVES 1. 132 Emily Oleksiuk 2. 115 Emily Oleksiuk 3. 109 Robyn Van Praag 4. 107 Dara Christante 107 Dara Christante SHUTOUTS 1. 15.4 Emily Oleksiuk 2. 12 Britt Eckerstrom 3. 11 Erin McLeod 4. 10 Amanda Brown 10 Emily Oleksiuk

25 gms. 26 gms. 17 gms. 22 gms. 16 gms.

1998 1999 1994 1997 1995

24 gms. 27 gms. 21 gms. 23 gms. 25 gms.

2000 2015 2004 2003 2001

MINUTES 1. 2,370 Britt Eckerstrom 2. 2,232 Emily Oleksiuk 3. 2,229 Emily Oleksiuk 4. 2,223 Emily Oleksiuk 5. 2,184 Erin McLeod

27 gms. 25 gms. 26 gms. 24 gms. 24 gms.

2015 1998 1999 2000 2005

WINS 1. 22 22 3. 21 21 5. 20 20 20 20

27 gms. 24 gms. 26 gms. 25 gms. 24 gms. 26 gms. 26 gms. 25 gms.

2015 2005 2011 1999 2014 2001 2000 1998

22-0-2 17-2-1 21-4-1 20-3-1 22-3-2

2005 2004 1999 2000 2015

Britt Eckerstrom Erin McLeod Erin McNulty Emily Oleksiuk Britt Eckerstrom Emily Oleksiuk Emily Oleksiuk Emily Oleksiuk

WINNING PERCENTAGE 1. .957 Erin McLeod 2. .875 Erin McLeod 3. .857 Emily Oleksiuk 4. .854 Emily Oleksiuk 5. .814 Britt Eckerstrom

GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. 0.40 Emily Oleksiuk 2223:00 2. 0.43 Erin McLeod 1885:59 3. 0.46 Britt Eckerstrom 2370:34 4. 0.62 Alyssa Naeher 2176:18 5. 0.66 Britt Eckerstrom 2053:27

10 GA 2000 9 GA 2004 12 GA 2015 15 GA 2007 15 GA 2014

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 1. 9 Erin McLeod 21 gms. 2. 10 Emily Oleksiuk 24 gms. 3. 11 Robyn Van Praag 9 gms. 4. 12 Britt Eckerstrom 27 gms. 5. 14 Robyn Van Praag 17 gms.

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SHOTS 1. 431 2. 381 3. 356 4. 347 5. 317 6. 314 7. 291 8. 283 9. 256 10. 230

Christie Welsh 97 gms. Katie Schoepfer 92 gms. Tiffany Weimer 97 gms. Joanna Lohman 101 gms. Rachel Hoffman 87 gms. Christine Nairn 94 gms. Maya Hayes 89 gms. Heidi Drummond 98 gms. Danielle Toney 99 gms. Kelly Convey 93 gms.

1999-02 2006-09 2002-05 2000-03 1994-97 2009-12 2010-13 2000-03 2007-10 1996-99

GOALS 1. 91 2. 82 3. 71 4. 58 5. 56 6. 48 7. 44 8. 41 9. 38 10. 36

Tiffany Weimer 97 gms. Christie Welsh 97 gms. Maya Hayes 89 gms. Rachel Hoffman 87 gms. Heidi Drummond 98 gms. Katie Schoepfer 92 gms. Carole Dutchka 87 gms. Joanna Lohman 101 gms. Danielle Toney 99 gms. Mallory Weber 100 gms.

2002-05 1999-02 2010-13 1994-97 2000-03 2006-09 1995-98 2000-03 2007-10 2012-15

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 27 Christie Welsh 97 gms. 27 Tiffany Weimer 97 gms. 3. 19 Heidi Drummond 98 gms. 4. 18 Katie Schoepfer 92 gms. 18 Rachel Hoffman 87 gms. 6. 17 Carole Dutchka 87 gms. 17 Maya Hayes 89 gms. 8. 15 Joanna Lohman 101 gms. 9. 14 Mallory Weber 100 gms. 10. 12 Christine Nairn 94 gms. 12 Danielle Toney 89 gms. 12 Bonnie Young 103 gms.

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ASSISTS 1. 52 Christie Welsh 97 gms. 2. 41 Christine Nairn 94 gms. 3. 37 Joanna Lohman 101 gms. 4. 32 Tiffany Weimer 97 gms. 5. 31 Rachel Hoffman 87 gms. 6. 29 Stephanie Smith 101 gms. 29 Mallory Weber 100 gms. 8. 28 Emily Hurd 98 gms. 28 Raquel Rodriguez 93 gms. 10. 26 Katie Schoepfer 92 gms. 26 Heidi Drummond 98 gms. 26 Kelly Convey 93 gms.

1999-02 2009-12 2000-03 2002-05 1994-97 2000-03 2012-15 2010-14 2012-15 2006-09 2000-03 1996-99

PLAYED 1. 104 Bonnie Young 2. 103 Megan Mills 3. 101 Joanna Lohman 101 Stephanie Smith 5. 100 Mallory Weber 100 Whitney Church 100 Emily Oleksiuk 8. 98 Emily Hurd 98 Heidi Drummond 10. 97 Tiffany Weimer 97 Luanne Strom 97 Christie Welsh

1997-01 1998-01 2000-03 2000-03 2012-15 2011-14 1998-01 2010-14 2000-03 2002-05 1997-00 1999-02

POINTS 1. 216 2. 214 3. 163 4. 147 5. 138 6. 122 7. 119 8. 109 9. 108 10. 101

1999-02 2002-05 2010-13 1994-97 2000-03 2006-09 2000-03 2009-12 1995-98 2012-15

STARTED 1. 103 Megan Mills 103 Bonnie Young 3. 101 Joanna Lohman 101 Stephanie Smith 5. 100 Emily Oleksiuk 6. 97 Mallory Weber 7. 96 Heidi Drummond 96 Gillian Samuel 96 Luanne Strom 10. 94 Ali Krieger

1997-01 1997-01 2000-03 2000-03 1998-01 2012-15 2000-03 1998-99, 01-02 1997-00 2003-06

Christie Welsh 97 gms. Tiffany Weimer 97 gms. Maya Hayes 89 gms. Rachel Hoffman 87 gms. Heidi Drummond 98 gms. Katie Schoepfer 92 gms. Joanna Lohman 101 gms. Christine Nairn 94 gms. Carole Dutchka 87 gms. Mallory Weber 100 gms.

1999-02 2002-05 2000-03 2006-09 1994-97 1995-98 2010-13 2000-03 2012-15 2009-12 2007-10 1998-01

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MISCELLANEOUS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

416 359 306 255 195

Emily Oleksiuk Alyssa Naeher Dara Christante Britt Eckerstrom Robyn Van Praag

SAVES 100 gms. 88 gms. 55 gms. 85 gms. 35 gms.

1998-01 2006-09 1995-98 2011-15 1994-96

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43.7 30.2 24 21 20

SHUTOUTS Emily Oleksiuk 100 gms. Alyssa Naeher 88 gms. Britt Eckerstrom 85 gms. Amanda Brown 52 gms. Erin McLeod 45 gms.

1998-01 2006-09 2011-15 2002-05 2004-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8,853 7,953 6,963 4,879 4,549

MINUTES PLAYED Emily Oleksiuk* 100 gms. Alyssa Naeher 88 gms. Britt Eckerstrom 85 gms. Dara Christante 55 gms. Amanda Brown 52 gms.

1998-01 2006-09 2011-15 1995-98 2002-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

81 61 59 39 38

Emily Oleksiuk Britt Eckerstrom Alyssa Naeher Erin McLeod Erin McNulty

WINS 100 gms. 85 gms. 88 gms. 45 gms. 49 gms.

1998-01 2011-15 2006-09 2004-05 2011-12

1. 2. 3. 4.

.921 .830 .801 .795 .795

WINNING PERCENTAGE # Erin McLeod 39-2-3 Emily Oleksiuk 81-15-4 Britt Eckerstrom 61-14-3 Erin McNulty 38-9-2 Amanda Brown 37-8-4

2004-05 1998-01 2011-15 2011-12 2002-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

0.64 0.74 0.80 0.90 1.00

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE # E. McLeod 4,073 29 GA E. Oleksiuk 8,853 73 GA B. Eckerstrom 6,967 62 GA A. Naeher 7,962 80 GA E. McNulty 4,122 46 GA

2004-05 1998-01 2011-15 2006-08 2011-12

1. 2. 3.

17 13 7 7 7

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A GOAL Tiffany Weimer^ 9/26/05-10/23/05 Tiffany Weimer 9/24/04-11/5/04 Maya Hayes 8/21/11-9/11/11 Katie Schoepfer 9/27/09-10/25/09 Christie Welsh 9/22/00-11/2/00

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MIN. BY A GK 1. 857:24 Erin McLeod 10/1/04-11/4/04 2. 714:09 Britt Eckerstrom 11/1/15-12/6/15 2. 518:45 Emily Oleksiuk 10/8/00-11/3/00 1. 2. 3. 4.

0:48 0:56 0:56 1:02 1:03

1. 0:15

FASTEST FIRST GOAL Maya Hayes (vs. Boston College) Tani Costa (at Illinois) Tiffany Weimer (vs. USC) Maddy Evans (vs. West Virginia) Christine Nairn (at UConn) SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN TWO PSU GOALS vs. Iowa Joanna Lohman, Tiffany Weimer (76:16-76:31)

SHORTEST TIME BETWEEN GOALS BY SAME PLAYER 1. 0:16 Christie Welsh (vs. Indiana) (75:57; 76:13)

1. 0:21 2. 0:27 3. 0:46

FASTEST FIRST GOAL BY AN OPPONENT Kellie Phillips (Purdue) Kristina Larsen (UCLA) Brittany Barakat (UConn)

11/16/12 9/23/12 9/11/06 8/26/11 9/5/10

9/21/03

9/22/00

10/31/10 8/25/06 11/24/02

* – NCAA Record ^ – Shares NCAA Record # – Minimum 20 games/1,000 minutes Bold – Current student-athlete

ALL-TIME HAT TRICKS PLAYER OPPONENT DATE 1. Bonnie Young....................................................................................vs. Maryland...................................................................................................9/4/98 2. Christie Welsh*.................................................................................vs. James Madison..........................................................................................9/5/99 3. Kelly Convey.....................................................................................vs. Minnesota................................................................................................10/3/99 4. Christie Welsh...................................................................................vs. Northwestern.........................................................................................10/15/99 5. Courtney Lawson*............................................................................at Ohio State...............................................................................................10/22/99 6. Christie Welsh...................................................................................vs. Virginia..................................................................................................10/29/99 7. Christie Welsh...................................................................................at James Madison.........................................................................................9/10/00 8. Christie Welsh...................................................................................vs. Indiana.....................................................................................................9/22/00 9. Christie Welsh...................................................................................vs. Duke..........................................................................................................9/7/01 10. Christie Welsh*.................................................................................vs. Michigan.................................................................................................10/7/01 11. Christie Welsh...................................................................................at Pittsburgh...............................................................................................10/28/01 12. Tiffany Weimer.................................................................................vs. Indiana.....................................................................................................9/27/02 13. Heidi Drummond............................................................................vs. Illinois....................................................................................................10/11/02 14. Tiffany Weimer.................................................................................at Wisconsin.................................................................................................9/17/04 15. Tiffany Weimer.................................................................................vs. Washington.............................................................................................8/26/05 16. Tiffany Weimer.................................................................................vs. Texas A&M...........................................................................................11/19/05 17. Katie Schoepfer.................................................................................vs. Illinois....................................................................................................10/25/09 18. Katie Schoepfer.................................................................................vs. Colgate..................................................................................................11/13/09 19. Tani Costa.........................................................................................vs. Indiana...................................................................................................10/28/10 20. Maya Hayes.......................................................................................at Pittsburgh...................................................................................................9/4/11 * Indicates four goals scored 17 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1998-2012, 2014-15

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WINNING PERCENTAGE .960 23-0-2 (25 gms.) 2005

SEASON

vs. Michigan at Rutgers

11/7/10 10/21/98

SEASON

499

GOALKEEPING

26 games

2000

11 0.42

GOALS vs. Bucknell

9/25/01

SEASON

83

26 games

2001

83 goals (26 gms.)

2001

ASSISTS vs. Boston U.

11/20/15

SEASON

86

26 games

29

at Michigan

342

2011

86 assists (26 gms.) 2011 POINTS

26 games

vs. Bucknell

9/25/01

SEASON

233

13.15 342 fouls (26 gms.) 1999

83g-67a (26 gms.)

2001

233 points (26 gms.) 2001 CORNER KICKS at Purdue

9/28/01

SEASON

203

1

vs. Connecticut

164

27 games

6.07

8/31/09 2015

164 fouls (27 games) 2015 SAVES

GAME

17

vs. James Madison 9/2/95

164

23 games

1995

PER GAME

7.13

164 saves (23 gms.) 1995 SHUTOUTS

SEASON

17

26 games

2000

26 games

2000

SEASON

0.40

26 games

203 CKs (26 gms.)

2000

MOST PENALTY KICKS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON

8 7 5 5 5 4 4 4

6 goals 5 goals 4 goals 3 goals 1 goal 3 goals 4 goals 2 goals

27

Aug. 26, 2005-Aug. 27, 2006

CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS

39

Sept. 17, 2001-Nov. 12, 2004

9

2005 2012 2010 2003 2002 2006 1998 1994

GOALS IN A SEASON

6 5 4 4 3 3

8 attempts 7 attempts 4 attempts 5 attempts 4 attempts 5 attempts

2005 2012 1998 2010 2006 2003

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402

9/24/95

(excluding neutral site games)

Sept. 12, 1999- Aug, 29, 2000

CONSECUTIVE BIG TEN REGULAR SEASON WINS 20 Sept. 24, 1999-Sept. 23, 2001 BIG TEN REGULAR SEASON UNBEATEN STREAK 29 Sept. 19, 1999-Oct. 21, 2001 BEST START TO A SEASON 19-0-0 1.000 (19 gms.) 2005 CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS 22 1994-present CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 10 Oct. 1, 2004 - Nov. 4, 2004 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 8 vs. Iowa (8-0) 10/9/05 8 at Iowa (8-0) 10/15/04 8 vs. Pittsburgh (8-0) 9/13/96 LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 5 at Washington (0-5) 10/6/95 MOST OVERTIME GAMES 6 4-1-1 2005 5 2-0-3 2006 5 2-2-1 2010

27 games

2012

FEWEST IN A GAME

0

vs. Ohio State

10/20/00

FEWEST IN A SEASON

166

25 games

2003

GOALS

MOST IN A GAME

6

vs. Virginia

11/15/09

MOST IN A SEASON

34

23 games

1997

FEWEST IN A SEASON

11

Sept. 17, 2001-Nov. 12, 2004

CONSECUTIVE ROAD WINS

PER GAME

PER GAME

7.81

CONSECUTIVE WINS Aug. 26-Oct. 30 2005

HOME UNBEATEN STREAK

GAME

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

GAME

19

2005

UNBEATEN STREAK

39

FEWEST FOULS

PER GAME

8.96

1999

at Northwestern

MOST IN A SEASON

SEASON

GAME

26

11/3/05

19

SHOTS MOST IN A GAME

35

PER GAME

PER GAME

3.31

23

MOST WINS 23-0-2 (25 gms.)

SEASON

GAME

10

2000

GAME

PER GAME

3.19

11 GA (26 gms.)

SEASON

GAME

9

2000

MOST FOULS

PER GAME

19.19 499 shots (26 gms.) 2000

26 games

PER GAME

OPPONENT RECORDS

26 games

2000

ASSISTS

MOST IN A GAME

6

at Stanford at Michigan

8/19/11 10/4/02

MOST IN A SEASON

30

23 games

2013

FEWEST IN A SEASON

10

26 games

2000

POINTS

MOST IN A GAME

17

vs. Virginia

11/15/09

MOST IN A SEASON

90

23 games

2013

FEWEST IN A SEASON

32

26 games

2000

SAVES

MOST IN A GAME

22

vs. Buffalo

9/29/95

MOST IN A SEASON

201

26 games

2001

FEWEST IN A SEASON

124

21 games

SHUTOUTS

2009

MOST IN A SEASON

5

23 games

1995

FEWEST IN A SEASON

1 1 1 1

25 games 26 games 23 games 22 games

CORNER KICKS

2005 2001 1997 1996

MOST IN A GAME

12

at Florida State

9/4/09

MOST IN A SEASON

120

27 games

2012

FEWEST IN A SEASON

64

1994 and 2001

FOULS

MOST IN A SEASON

299

26 games

2006

FEWEST IN A SEASON

149

21 games

2009

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CLASS RECORDS FRESHMAN SEASON 27

Games Played Kaleigh Riehl Charlotte Williams

27

Games Started Kaleigh Riehl

97 76

Shots Christie Welsh Katie Schoepfer

27 17

Goals Christie Welsh Rachel Hoffman

13 12

2015 2015

SOPHOMORE SEASON

JUNIOR SEASON

27

Games Played Seven times

2015

27

Games Played Nickolette Driesse

27

Games Started Five times

2015

26

Games Started Four times; last by A. Aden-Buie

124 123

Shots Tiffany Weimer Christie Welsh

2015

SENIOR SEASON 27

Games Played Five times

2015

27

Games Started Five times

2015

115 114

Shots Joanna Lohman Christie Welsh

2003 2002

2004 2001

32 19

Goals Tiffany Weimer Joanna Lohman Maya Hayes

2005 2003 2013

2015

2006

104 97

Shots Katie Schoepfer Maya Hayes Christie Welsh

1999 1994

31 21

Goals Maya Hayes Tiffany Weimer

2011 2003

26 25

Goals Tiffany Weimer Christie Welsh

Assists Christie Welsh Stephanie Smith

1999 2000

14 12

Assists Joanna Lohman Taylor Schram

2001 2011

18 13

Assists Christie Welsh Christine Nairn

2001 2011

13 12

Assists Christie Welsh Christine Nairn

2002 2012

67 36

Points Christie Welsh Rachel Hoffman

1999 1994

70 51

Points Maya Hayes Tiffany Weimer

2011 2003

68 64

Points Christie Welsh Tiffany Weimer

2001 2004

69 46

Points Tiffany Weimer Christine Nairn

2005 2012

9 5

Game-Winning Goals Christie Welsh 1999 Rachel Hoffman 1994 Mallory Weber 2012

9 7

Game-Winning Goals Maya Hayes 2011 Katie Schoepfer 2007 Christie Welsh 2000

6

Game-Winning Goals Tiffany Weimer 2004 Heidi Drummond 2002 Christie Welsh 2001

13 8

Game-Winning Goals Tiffany Weimer 2005 Joanna Lohman 2003

1999 2006

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 2,232 Emily Oleksiuk 1998 2,152 Amanda Brown 2002

20

Wins Emily Oleksiuk

1998

9 8.5

Shutouts Amanda Brown Emily Oleksiuk

2002 1998

132 107

Saves Emily Oleksiuk Dara Christante

1998 1995

Goals Against Average 0.89 Alyssa Naeher 2006 0.89 Emily Oleksiuk 1998

2007 2011 2000

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 2,229 Emily Oleksiuk 1999 2,034 Britt Eckerstrom 2013

21

Wins Emily Oleksiuk

1999

10

Shutouts Amanda Brown

2003

115 103

0.62 0.89

2004 2001

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 2,223 Emily Oleksiuk 2000 2,053 Britt Eckerstrom 2013

20 20

Wins Emily Oleksiuk Britt Eckerstrom

15.4

Shutouts Emily Oleksiuk

2000

1999 2007

107

Saves Dara Christante

1997

Goals Against Average Alyssa Naeher 2007 Britt Eckerstrom 2012

0.40 0.43

Saves Emily Oleksiuk Alyssa Naeher

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2000 2014

Goals Against Average Emily Oleksiuk 2000 Erin McLeod 2004

Goalkeeper Minutes Played 2,370 Britt Eckerstrom 2015 2,187 Erin McLeod 2005

22 22

Wins Britt Eckerstrom Erin McLeod

2015 2005

12 10

Shutouts Britt Eckerstrom Emily Oleksiuk

2015 2001

94 87

Saves Erin McNulty Alyssa Naeher

2012 2009

0.46 0.75

Goals Against Average Britt Eckerstrom 2015 Emily Oleksiuk 2001

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YEARLY STAT LEADERS GOALS

POINTS

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

1994

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 17

1994

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 36

1994

Robyn Van Praag................................ 0.89

1995

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 16

1995

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 42

1995

Dara Christante.................................. 1.38

1996

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 11

1996

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 33

1996

Robyn Van Praag................................ 0.87

1997

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 14

1997

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 36

1997

Tracy Frost......................................... 1.07

1998

Carole Dutchka..................................... 12

1998

Carole Dutchka..................................... 30

1998

Emily Oleksiuk.................................. 0.89

Bonnie Young........................................ 12

1999

Christie Welsh....................................... 67

1999

Emily Oleksiuk.................................. 0.93

1999

Christie Welsh....................................... 27

2000

Christie Welsh....................................... 42

2000

Emily Oleksiuk................................0.40

2000

Christie Welsh....................................... 17

2001

Christie Welsh....................................... 68

2001

Emily Oleksiuk.................................. 0.74

2001

Christie Welsh....................................... 25

2002

Christie Welsh....................................... 39

2002

Amanda Brown.................................. 1.13

2002

Heidi Drummond................................. 14

2003

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 51

2003

Amanda Brown.................................. 0.96

2003

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 21

2004

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 64

2004

Erin McLeod...................................... 0.43

2004

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 26

2005

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 69

2005

Erin McLeod...................................... 0.82

2005

Tiffany Weimer...................................32

2006

Aubrey Aden-Buie................................. 28

2006

Alyssa Naeher..................................... 0.80

2006

Aubrey Aden-Buie................................. 12

2007

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 35

2007

Alyssa Naeher..................................... 0.62

2007

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 15

2008

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 29

2008

Alyssa Naeher..................................... 1.11

2008

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 11

2009

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 37

2009

Alyssa Naeher..................................... 1.04

2009

Katie Schoepfer..................................... 14

2010

Tani Costa............................................. 23

2010

Krissy Tribbett.................................... 1.18

2010

Tani Costa............................................... 9

2011

Maya Hayes.......................................... 70

2011

Erin McNulty..................................... 0.97

2011

Maya Hayes.......................................... 31

2012

Christine Nairn..................................... 46

2012

Erin McNulty..................................... 1.04

2012

Christine Nairn..................................... 17

2013

Maya Hayes........................................70

2013

Britt Eckerstrom................................. 1.33

2013

Maya Hayes.......................................... 19

2014

Frannie Crouse...................................... 22

2014

Britt Eckerstrom................................. 0.51

2014

Frannie Crouse...................................... 10

Mallory Weber...................................... 22

2015

Britt Eckerstrom................................. 0.46

2015

Megan Schafer....................................... 13

2015

Megan Schafer....................................... 30

1994

Lauren Olmsted...................................... 7

1994

Robyn Van Praag................................. 109

1994..................................................................45-17

1995

Liz Villamil........................................... 11

1995

Dara Christante................................... 107

1995..................................................................58-32

1996

Rachel Hoffman.................................... 11

1996

Dara Christante..................................... 87

1996..................................................................51-28

1997

Rachel Hoffman...................................... 8

1997

Dara Christante................................... 107

1997..................................................................51-34

1998

Jeannine Verdrager................................ 11

1998

Emily Oleksiuk.................................132

1998..................................................................55-23

1999

Christie Welsh....................................... 13

1999

Emily Oleksiuk................................... 115

1999..................................................................75-25

2000

Stephanie Smith.................................... 12

2000

Emily Oleksiuk..................................... 89

2000..................................................................54-11

2001

Christie Welsh....................................18

2001

Emily Oleksiuk..................................... 80

2001...............................................................83-23

2002

Christie Welsh....................................... 13

2002

Amanda Brown..................................... 89

2002..................................................................58-27

2003

Heidi Drummond................................. 10

2003

Amanda Brown..................................... 50

2003..................................................................69-23

2004

Tiffany Weimer..................................... 12

2004

Erin McLeod......................................... 56

2004..................................................................57-11

2005

Carmelina Moscato............................... 10

2005

Erin McLeod......................................... 85

2005..................................................................78-20

2006

Sarah Dwyer............................................ 6

2006

Alyssa Naeher........................................ 79

2006..................................................................48-25

2007

Melissa Hayes.......................................... 6

2007

Alyssa Naeher...................................... 103

2007..................................................................44-15

2008

Katie Schoepfer....................................... 7

2008

Alyssa Naeher........................................ 90

2008..................................................................40-25

Danielle Toney........................................ 7

2009

Alyssa Naeher........................................ 87

2009..................................................................46-22

2009

Christine Nairn..................................... 10

2010

Krissy Tribbett....................................... 55

2010..................................................................41-26

2010

Christine Nairn....................................... 6

2011

Erin McNulty........................................ 68

2011..................................................................70-24

2011

Christine Nairn..................................... 13

2012

Erin McNulty........................................ 94

2012..................................................................76-28

2012

Christine Nairn..................................... 12

2013

Britt Eckerstrom.................................... 94

2013..................................................................60-30

2013

Raquel Rodriguez.................................... 9

2014

Britt Eckerstrom.................................... 66

2014..................................................................18-54

2014

Emily Hurd............................................. 8

2015

Britt Eckerstrom.................................... 68

2015..................................................................64-14

2015

Mallory Weber...................................... 11

ASSISTS

SAVES

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Abbazia, Tammy Abelson, Samantha Adami, Kaleen Aden-Buie, Aubrey Anderson, Kelli Arnaud, Ellen

B

Bach, Lindsay Baer, Jen Ball, Elizabeth Barr, Tara Basinger, Brittany Bedesem, Carly Boomsma, Kristin Bouchelle, Zoe Brandy, Liv Brock, Hayley Brown, Amanda Brugger, Bridget Buonomo, Lola

D F M F D F

1994 1998-99 2004-08 2004-07 1999-00 2010-11

M/D D D GK D F/M D M D F GK M GK

2001-05 1995-98 2014-15 2010-12 2013, 15 2004-07 1994-96 2004-08 2013 2010 2002-05 1994 2011-12

C Campbell-Phipps, Taylor D 2015

Chapic, Kori Carrollo, Emily Chase, Teddy Caverly, Lyndsey Chandler, Rose Christante, Dara Church, Whitney Clauss, Isabelle Cochran, Erin Cohen, Kim Comerchero, Melissa Connelly, Joanne Convey, Kelly Costa, Tani Criss, Susan Crouse, Frannie

D

D D D D GK GK M/D D M/D M D D F/M F D F

DaCosta, Dina M D’Agostino, Bianca F/M/D Daus, Allie M Davies, Tara F/M/D Davis, Jessie D Desai, Panthini M Donofrio, Alli F Dotten, Amanda M Dotten, Meghan F Driesse, Nickolette M Drummond, Heidi F Duggan, Akilah M/D

2011-14 2013 2012-15 1996-97 2015 1995-98 2011-14 2015 1998-00 1994-96 1996 1994-96 1996-99 2009-13 1994 2014-15

1994-97 2007 2005-08 2006-09 2005-08 1997 2004 2011-12 2011 2015 2000-03 2006

Dutchka, Carole Dwyer, Sarah

E

Echard, Haleigh Eckerstrom, Britt Elliston, Maddie Evans, Maddy

F

Ferguson, Emily Fiene, Corrie Frost, Tracy

G

Garcia, Bri Gebauer, Sarah Gill, Meghan Gray, Sheree Guerin, Meredith

H

Hakes, Jackie Hamilton, Leigh Hartmann, Kristin Hayes, Maya Hayes, Melissa Heilman, Nicole Herold, Laura Herrmann, Jess Hiler, Sophie Hill, Alexandra Hite, Darcie Hoak, Janelle Hoffman, Rachel Holderby, Britne Hovington, Bri Hubbard, Julie Huckabee, Jodie Hurd, Emily Hyland, Meghan

J

Jacobs, Natalie Jean, Ellie Johnson, Tamara

17 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1998-2012, 2014-15

F M/D

1995-98 2003-06

M GK D M

2014-15 2012-15 2014-15 2009-12

D F GK

1997 1994 1995-98

M/D D M F/M M

2008-12 1999-02 2007-11 2005-07 1998-00

D M GK F M D M M F F F F/M F D D F/M D M M

2008-10 2000-03 2008-12 2010-13 2007-09 1996-99 1994 2007 2001-04 2000-02 1995-97 2002-05 1994-97 2014 2010-13 2009-10 1994-97 2011-14 1995-98

D D M

2002-05 2015 1999-02

K

Kalwa, Jenna Kaminski, Meghan Kane, Libby Kaufold, Colleen Keen, Katy Kehoe, Erin Kerr, Ashley Killough, Erin Knaub, Cecilia Kogelmann, Heather Kohne, Kindrah Kolodczak, Kelly Komar, Mandy Krieger, Ali

L

Lamarre, Rachel Lawson, Courtney Lentz, Amanda Liese, Jen Lincoln, Holly Lohman, Joanna Long, Allie

M

Mandler, Kristen Marton, Lexi McCarty, Meghan McGinley, Chris McKeown, Allison McKeown, Megan McLeod, Erin McNulty, Erin Medina, Emily Medina, Jennifer Mertz, Brooke Metzger, Mandy Miller, Erin Miller, Lauren Mills, Megan Milstead, Kate Miskiewicz, Heather Molinda, Jackie Monroig, Megan Morrison, Jamie Moscato, Carmelina Munch, Julie Musso, Holly Murphy, Daryn Myers, Ashley

D/M GK F M M D GK M M F M D F/M M/D

2012-13 2012-14 1995-96 1998-01 2014 2011-13 2006 1996-97 2015 1994-95 2011-14 1997-00 2002-03 2003-06

M F/M D GK D M M

2009 1996-99 2001-04 2003 2003-06 2000-03 2005-06

F D D D F F GK GK F/M M/D F D M M M/D GK F F/M/D F/M/D M F/M F M/D D F

1999-02 2009-13 2009-10 1994 2003-04 1998-00 2004-05 2011-12 1998-99 1995-98 2001-04 2011 1997-00 1994-97 1998-01 2005-06 1995-96 2009-12 2007-10 2006-07 2002-05 1994-95 2004 1995-98 2005-08

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS/CAPTAINS N

Naeher, Alyssa Nairn, Christine Niness, Carly

O

GK M F/M/D

Ogle, Emily Oleksiuk, Emily Olmsted, Lauren Ortega Jurado, Alina

P

Paul, Jennifer Pawlowski, Alanna Persson, Corey Peterson, Mallory Pezzullo, Stephanie Phillips, Erica Phillips, Kris Pickett, Shari Powdrell, Christy Pumphrey, Lauren

R

Rago, Alli Reismeyer, Andrea Rettig, Jean Riehl, Kaleigh Riley, Denay Ritchey, Megan Rodriguez, Raquel Rosenbluth, Jess Ryan, Maura

S

Sallade, Melissa Samuel, Gillian Schaefer, Ali Schafer, Megan Schmidt, Kerri Schoepfer, Katie Schram, Taylor Sherman, Nicole Sheva, Marissa Shue, Jess Smart, Megan Smith, Stephanie Strom, Luanne Stich, Jaime Summers, Debbie

58

2006-09 2009-12 2008-11

M GK F F/M

2014-15 1998-01 1994-97 2015

GK GK M F/M D M M/D M F/M M

1994-95 2007 2012-13 2012-14 2001-04 1994 1999-00 1996-00 1999-02 1998-99

M/D GK M D D M F/M M D

2006-09 1994 2003-07 2015 2004-07 2012-15 2012-15 2008-11 2006-09

M

1994-97

T

Taylor, Nicole Thomson, Emma Tomko, Heather Toney, Danielle Tribbett, Krissy Turteltaub, Gyll

M D M F GK F

2007 2008-11 2003-06 2007-10 2008-11 1994

GK M M F M

1994-96 1997-2000 1994-97 2001 2015

Walker, Shannon D Watts, Nikki F Weber, Mallory F Weimer, Alison GK Weimer, Tiffany F Welsch, Jaime M Welsh, Christie F/M Williams, Charlotte F Williford, Salina M/D Witte, Anna D

1998 2008-09 2012-15 1999-01 2002-05 1994-97 1999-02 2015 2013-14 2013-14

V

Van Praag, Robyn Verdrager, Jeannine Villamil, Liz Villar, Vivianne Vink-Lainas, Liisi

W

Y

Young, Bonnie

Z

Zavala, Dani

D 1998-99, 2001-02

M F M F F/M D M M GK F D GK D

ALL-TIME CAPTAINS

2008-11 2014-15 2001 2006-09 2010-13 2006 2015 2007-08 1999-00 2000-03 1997-00 2001-05 1994

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1998-01

M

2008-09

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Debbie Summers Gyll Turtletaub Joanne Connelly Robyn Van Praag Joanne Connelly Robyn Van Praag Lauren Miller Rachel Hoffman Jodi Huckabee Lauren Miller Dara Christante Carole Dutchka Courtney Lawson Luanne Strom Megan Mills Emily Oleksiuk Luanne Strom Megan Mills Emily Oleksiuk Joanna Lohman Gillian Samuel Christie Welsh Heidi Drummond Joanna Lohman Lindsay Bach Lindsay Bach Ali Krieger Ali Krieger Aubrey Aden-Buie Jessie Davis Jean Rettig Jessie Davis Melissa Hayes Alyssa Naeher Megan Monroig Emma Thomson Lexi Marton Emma Thomson Maddy Evans Lexi Marton Taylor Schram Lexi Marton Emily Hurd Emily Hurd Britt Eckerstrom Raquel Rodriguez Mallory Weber Brittany Basinger Nickolette Driesse Megan Schafer

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UNIFORM HISTORY 00 Dara Christante . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-98 Erin McNulty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Lexi Golestani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Amanda Dennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 0 Jennifer Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Megan Smart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Jaime Stich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Kristin Hartmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-12 Meghan Kaminski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-14 Sarafina Valenti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 1 Robin Van Praag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Emily Oleksiuk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Amanda Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 Alyssa Naeher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Tara Barr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-12 Brittany Basinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present 2 Corrie Fiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Libby Kane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-96 Jeannine Verdrager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-98 Kelli Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Kerri Schmidt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-02 Jean Rettig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-07 Maura Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09 Ellen Armaud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-11 Megan Ritchey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-15 Grace Fisk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 3 Joanne Connelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Lyndsey Caverly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Kris Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 Brooke Mertz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Jessie Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-08 Meghan McCarty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Emily Hurd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Kaleigh Riehl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 4 Dina DaCosta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Gillian Samuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99, 2001-02 Carmelina Moscato . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-05 Akilah Duggan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Melissa Hayes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-09 Lexi Marton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-13 Megan Schafer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 5 Kim Cohen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Shari Pickett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Stephanie Pezzullo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Sheree Gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-07 Dani Zavala . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09 Maya Hayes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-13 Maddie Elliston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 6 Lauren Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Bonnie Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Natalie Jacobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 Jamie Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07 Jackie Molinda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-12 Anna Witte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-2015 Emma Hasco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 7 Jodi Huckabee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Colleen Kaufold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Carmelina Moscato . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Janelle Hoak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-05 Tara Davies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Hayley Brock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Mandy Metzger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 Corey Persson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-13 Elizabeth Ball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 8 Tammy Abbazia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Courtney Lawson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-99 Heidi Drummond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Tiffany Weimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Jackie Hakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-10 Meghan Dotten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 Jenna Kalwa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-13 Katy Keen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014 Kristin Schnurr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 9 Laura Herold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Heather Miskiewicz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-96 Kelly Convey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-99 Stephanie Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Denay Riley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-07 Bri Garcia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-12 Andrea Gunderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Frannie Crouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present

10 Liz Villamil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Kelly Kolodczak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-00 Amanda Lentz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Ashley Myers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Jess Herrmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Christine Nairn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-12 Emily Ogle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 11 Lauren Olmsted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nicole Heilman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alexandra Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aubrey Aden-Buie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ali Schaefer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raquel Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1994-97 1998-99 2001-02 2004-07 2008-11 2012-15

12 Bridget Brugger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Meghan Hyland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Kristen Mandler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Allison McKeown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-04 Katie Schoepfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Kindrah Kohne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Charlotte Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 13 Susan Criss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Jen Baer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Christie Welsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-2002 No Nittany Lion has worn No. 13 since Welsh 14 Erica Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Darcie Hite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-97 Samantha Abelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Leigh Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Alli Donofrio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Nicole Sherman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Jess Shue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Emily Hurd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Kori Chapic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Ellie Jean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 15 Heather Kogelmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Melissa Comerchero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Luanne Strom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Lindsay Bach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-05 Nicole Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Allie Daus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Rachel Lamarre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Erin Kehoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-13 Haleigh Echard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 16 Jaime Welsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Daryn Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Meredith Guerin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Tiffany Weimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03 Allie Daus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-07 Jess Rosenbluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Mallory Weber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-15 Becca Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 17 Debbie Summers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Jennifer Medina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Kris Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999 Joanna Lohman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Holly Musso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Alli Rago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Whitney Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Alina Ortega Jurado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 18 Daryn Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-97 Erin Cochran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-00 Sophie Hiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Allie Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Lexi Marton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Maddy Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-12 Angela Widlacki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present 19 Rachel Hoffman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Megan McKeown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-00 Mandy Komar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-03 Kaleen Adami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-08 Maddy Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Taylor Schram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-13 Liisi Vink-Lainas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present

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20 Carole Dutchka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Jeannine Verdrager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Kate Milstead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Alanna Pawlowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Krissy Tribbett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Megan Kaminski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 Salina Williford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present 21 Melissa Sallade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Meredith Guerin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Christy Powdrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Sarah Dwyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Bianca D’Agostino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Carly Niness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Teddy Chase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-15 Laura Freigang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 22 Chris McGinley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Kristin Boomsma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-96 Emily Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Tamara Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Ali Krieger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-06 Ashley Myers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Tani Costa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-13 Isabelle Clauss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 23 Kristin Boomsma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Erin Killough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Lauren Pumphrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Carly Bedesem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-07 Nikki Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09 Bri Hovington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-13 Nickolette Driesse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 24 Julie Munch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Kelly Convey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Erin Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Heather Tomko . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-06 Kristie Daus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Julie Hubbard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Amanda Dotten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Liv Brandy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Britne Holderby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014 Cecilia Knaub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 25 Gyll Turteltaub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Lyndsey Caverly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Kelly Kolodczak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Shannon Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Sarah Gebauer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Maura Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07 Emma Thomson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Mallory Peterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-14 Taylor Campbell-Phipps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 26 Shari Pickett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Panthini Desai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Emily Medina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Alexandra Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 Megan Monroig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-10 Lola Buonomo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Emily Carrollo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 27 Nicole Heilman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Viviane Villar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Janelle Hoak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Meghan Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-11 Maggie Chapman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Marissa Sheva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present 28 Megan Mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Holly Lincoln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-06 Danielle Toney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-10 Britt Eckerstrom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-15 Bristol Pizzuto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 30 Tracy Frost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Erin McLeod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Ashley Kerr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Rose Chandler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present 31 Megan Smart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Alison Weimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-01 Jen Liese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-04 33 Zoe Bouchelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-08 Laura Suero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present 34 Madison Moroi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present

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NITTANY LIONS BY COUNTRY & STATE ALABAMA (1) Britne Holderby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014 ALASKA (2) Amanda Dotten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Meghan Dotten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 ARIZONA (2) Melissa Hayes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-09 Alanna Pawlowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 CALIFORNIA (2) Erin Killough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Dani Zavala . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09 COLORADO (3) Heidi Drummond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Luanne Strom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Krissy Tribbett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 CONNECTICUT (9) Joanne Connelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Ellie Jean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Nicole Heilman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-99 Daryn Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Alyssa Naeher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Alli Rago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Katie Schoepfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Katie Sherman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Tiffany Weimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 DELAWARE (2) Panthini Desai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Kelly Kolodczak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 FLORIDA (2) Taylor Campbell-Phipps . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Amanda Dennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present GEORGIA (1) Rose Chandler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present HAWAII (1) Tani Costa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-2013 ILLINOIS (2) Erin Kehoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-2014 Angela Widlacki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present INDIANA (1) Katy Keen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014 MARYLAND (9) Zoe Bouchelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-08 Britt Eckerstrom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-2015 Bri Hovington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-2013 Joanna Lohman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Heather Miskiewicz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-96 Ashley Myers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-08 Christine Nairn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-12 Erica Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Heather Tomko . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 MASSACHUSETTS (5) Hayley Brock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Bianca D’Agostino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Carole Dutchka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Courtney Lawson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-99 Corey Persson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-2013

Lyndsey Caverly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-97 Dina DaCosta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Tara Davies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Alli Donofrio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Nickolette Driesse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Sarah Dwyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Sheree Gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-07 Lexi Golestani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Meredith Guerin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Maya Hayes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-13 Becca Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Jenna Kalwa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Ashley Kerr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Chris McGinley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Lauren Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Kate Milstead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Holly Musso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Lauren Olmsted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Bristol Pizzuto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Melissa Sallade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Kerri Schmidt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Gyll Turteltaub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Jaime Welsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 NEW YORK (26) Tammy Abbazia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Samantha Abelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Lindsay Bach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-05 Kristin Boomsma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Akilah Duggan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-06 Tracy Frost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Bri Garcia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-12 Jess Herrmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 Meghan Hyland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Kindrah Kohne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Allie Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Meghan McCarty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Allison McKeown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04 Megan McKeown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-00 Emily Medina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Jennifer Medina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Megan Mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Mallory Peterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-14 Kris Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Denay Riley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-07 Stephanie Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-03 Jeannine Verdrager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Robyn Van Praag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Liz Villamil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Liisi Vink-Lainas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Christie Welsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Charlotte Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present NORTH CAROLINA (2) Emily Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997 Anna Witte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-2015 OHIO (5) Chloe Buehler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Kori Chapic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Madison Moroi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Emily Ogle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Debbie Summers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994

Rachel Hoffman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Julie Hubbard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-10 Jodie Huckabee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-97 Tamara Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Meghan Kaminski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-14 Libby Kane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-96 Colleen Kaufold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Cecilia Knaub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Heather Kogelmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Jen Liese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Kristen Mandler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Brooke Mertz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Mandy Metzger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011 Jackie Molinda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-12 Megan Monroig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-10 Jamie Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-07 Julie Munch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Carly Niness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Emily Oleksiuk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 Jennifer Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-95 Shari Pickett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-00 Christy Powdrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Lauren Pumphrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99 Andrea Reismeyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Jean Rettig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-07 Megan Ritchey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-2015 Jess Rosenbluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Maura Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Megan Schafer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Taylor Schram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-2013 Marissa Sheva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Jess Shue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Megan Smart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Jaime Stich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Laura Suero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Shannon Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998 Alison Weimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-01 Salina Williford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present Sarafina Valenti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present RHODE ISLAND (1) Stephanie Pezzullo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 TEXAS (5) Dara Christante . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Allie Daus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-08 Kristie Daus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-08 Kristin Hartmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-12 Bonnie Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-01 UTAH (1) Nicole Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 VIRGINIA (10) Elizabeth Ball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Brittany Basinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013-present Maggie Chapman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Whitney Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-14 Jessie Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-08 Sarah Gebauer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-02 Ali Krieger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Natalie Jacobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 Kaleigh Riehl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Kristin Schnurr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present

PENNSYLVANIA (64) Kaleen Adami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-08 WASHINGTON (2) Aubrey Aden-Buie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-07 Jackie Hakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-10 Kelli Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-00 Emily Hurd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-14 Ellen Arnaud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-11 Tara Barr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-12 BRAZIL (1) Carly Bedesem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-07 Viviane Villar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001 MICHIGAN (3) Liv Brandy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Amanda Lentz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Bridget Brugger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 CANADA (7) Danielle Toney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-10 Lola Buonomo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Rachel Lamarre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Mallory Weber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-2015 Teddy Chase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-2015 Holly Lincoln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Isabelle Clauss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Lexi Marton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-2013 MINNESOTA (1) Susan Criss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Erin McLeod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004-05 Sophie Hiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001-04 Frannie Crouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Erin McNulty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Erin Cochran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-00 Carmelina Moscato . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 NEBRASKA (1) Kim Cohen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994-96 Gillian Samuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1998-99, 2001-02 Maddie Elliston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Melissa Comerchero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996 Kelly Convey COSTA RICA (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1996-99 NEVADA (1) Raquel Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-2015 Haleigh Echard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-present Ali Schaefer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Maddy Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009-12 ENGLAND (3) Corrie Fiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) Grace Fisk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Meghan Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007-11 Erin Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1997-00 Emma Thomson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-11 Andrea Gunderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Nikki Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008-09 Emma Hasco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Leigh Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-04 NEW JERSEY (25) GERMANY (2) Laura Herold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Jen Baer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-98 Laura Freigang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2016-present Alexandra Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000-02 Amanda Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 Alina Ortega Jurado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015-present Darcie Hite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1995-97 Emily Carrollo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 Janelle Hoak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002-05 60 PENN STATE 2016 • WOMEN’S SOCCER 21 STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES 1995-2015


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994

14-4-1, 5-2 Big Ten (T-2nd) Head Coach: Patrick Farmer S 3 at #23 James Madison 1-4 S 9 CORNELL (OT) 1-2 S 11 at Towson State 4-1 S 14 at Lafayette 2-0 S 18 INDIANA* 2-1 S 21 VILLANOVA 1-0 S 23 at Rutgers (OT) 3-2 S 27 BUCKNELL 2-0 O 1 at Buffalo 4-0 O 7 at #8 Wisconsin* 3-0 O 9 at Minnesota* (OT) 3-2 O 14 at Ohio State* 0-2 O 16 MICHIGAN* 1-0 O 19 ST. BONAVENTURE 6-0 O 23 at Michigan State* 0-2 O 25 SIENA 5-0 O 28 NORTHWESTERN* 1-0 O 30 at Seton Hall 5-0 N 3 vs. Michigan (1) (OT) 1-1 (Michigan advanced on penalty kicks, 3-1) 1) Big Ten Tournament, Madison, Wis.

1996

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1995

15-7-1, 4-2-1 Big Ten (3rd) NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Patrick Farmer S 2 JAMES MADISON (OT) 4-2 S 4 DELAWARE 5-3 S 8 at Cornell (1) 2-0 S 10 vs. Colgate (1) 2-1 S 17 OHIO STATE* 2-0 S 20 at Villanova 1-3 S 22 at Indiana* 2-0 S 24 at Northwestern* (OT) 4-3 S 27 at Bucknell 3-1 S 29 BUFFALO 7-0 O 1 #17 MINNESOTA* 0-2 O 6 at Washington (2) 0-5 O 8 vs. #2 Portland (2) 0-3 O 13 at Michigan State* 0-2 O 15 at Michigan* 2-0 O 18 DUQUESNE 7-0 O 22 #15 WISCONSIN* (OT) 3-3 O 25 #25 RUTGERS 3-1 O 27 at St. Bonaventure 5-0 O 29 SETON HALL 3-0 N 3 vs. Michigan State (3) 1-0 N 4 vs. #15 Wisconsin (3) 0-1 N 11 JAMES MADISON (4) 1-2 1) Cornell Classic, Ithaca, N.Y. 2) Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. 3) Big Ten Tournament, Bloomington, Ind. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

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15-5-2, 5-1-1 Big Ten (2nd) NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Patrick Farmer S 1 at #24 James Madison 2-1 S 8 at Delaware (OT) 2-2 S 13 PITTSBURGH 8-0 S 15 at Seton Hall 5-0 S 18 VILLANOVA 4-0 S 22 #10 MINNESOTA* (OT) 3-2 S 27 at #18 Wisconsin* (OT) 1-1 S 29 at Northwestern* 0-4 O 2 at Siena 2-0 O 4 at #14 George Mason (1) (OT) 2-1 O 6 vs. #4 Maryland (1) 1-3 O 11 at Michigan* 1-0 O 13 at Michigan State* 2-1 O 18 OHIO STATE* 2-1 O 21 INDIANA* (OT) 4-3 O 22 BUCKNELL 2-0 O 25 at Rutgers 2-3 O 30 CORNELL (OT) 3-2 N 3 at Duquesne 2-0 N 8 vs. Indiana (2) 0-1 N 17 at #19 George Mason (3) 2-0 N 24 at #6 Santa Clara (4) 1-3 1) George Mason Invitational, Fairfax, Va. 2) Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, Ohio 3) NCAA Tournament, Fairfax, Va. 4) NCAA Tournament, Santa Clara, Calif.

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1997

15-7-1, 6-2-1 Big Ten (3rd) NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Patrick Farmer A 31 #13 JAMES MADISON 2-1 S 5 #11 VIRGINIA 2-5 S 7 SETON HALL 1-0 S 12 DELAWARE 6-1 S 14 at Villanova 1-2 S 19 WISCONSIN* 2-1 S 21 NORTHWESTERN* 2-0 S 26 at Iowa* 2-0 S 28 ILLINOIS* 2-1 S 30 at Cornell 2-0 O 3 MICHIGAN STATE* 3-2 O 5 #11 MICHIGAN* (2OT) 0-0 O 10 at Ohio State* 1-2 O 12 at Indiana* 2-1 O 17 at #11 Minnesota* (OT) 3-4 O 19 at Pittsburgh 2-1 O 21 RUTGERS 1-0 O 26 #12 GEORGE MASON (2OT) 4-3 O 29 at Bucknell 6-0 O 31 at #18 Maryland 1-3 N 7 vs. Wisconsin (1) 3-1 N 8 vs. #14 Michigan (1) 1-3 N 16 #7 WILLIAM & MARY (2) (2OT) 2-3 1) Big Ten Tournament, Minneapolis, Minn. 2) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

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1998

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21-4-1, 7-1-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Patrick Farmer S 1 PITTSBURGH 5-1 W S 4 #18 MARYLAND 3-0 W S 8 at #6 Virginia (2OT) 2-1 W S 13 at #19 Harvard 2-1 W S 18 INDIANA* 2-1 W S 20 at Illinois* 3-2 W S 22 CORNELL 2-0 W S 25 at Michigan* (2OT) 1-1 T S 27 at Michigan State* 1-0 W O 2 OHIO STATE* 1-0 W O 4 at Seton Hall 3-1 W O 9 MINNESOTA* (OT) 3-2 W O 11 IOWA* 3-0 W O 16 at Northwestern* 0-1 L O 18 at #20 Wisconsin* 4-2 W O 21 at Rutgers (OT) 2-1 W O 25 at James Madison 0-1 L O 27 BUCKNELL 3-0 W O 30 at #2 Lynn Univ. (Div. II) 2-0 W N 1 at #4 Florida 1-3 L N 6 ILLINOIS (1) 1-0 W N 7 MICHIGAN (1) 3-1 W N 8 OHIO STATE (1) 2-0 W N 15 INDIANA (2) 2-1 W N 21 CLEMSON (2) 1-0 W N 29 at #2 Florida (3) 1-3 L 1) Big Ten Tournament, University Park, Pa. 2) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 3) NCAA Tournament, Gainesville, Fla.

1999

21-4-1, 9-0-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA College Cup Head Coach: Patrick Farmer A 29 SETON HALL 3-0 W S 5 JAMES MADISON 4-2 W S 10 vs. #20 Duke (1) 1-2 L S 12 at #1 North Carolina (1) 3-2 W S 17 #4 FLORIDA (OT) 0-1 L S 19 MICHIGAN* (2OT) 0-0 T S 21 at Cornell 1-0 W S 24 at Purdue* 5-0 W S 26 at Indiana* 2-1 W O 1 WISCONSIN* 2-0 W O 3 MINNESOTA* 4-0 W O 8 at Iowa* (OT) 3-2 W O 10 at Illinois* 4-1 W O 15 NORTHWESTERN* 4-1 W O 17 MICHIGAN STATE* 3-0 W O 22 at Ohio State* 5-0 W O 24 at George Mason 3-2 W O 29 #12 VIRGINIA 4-1 W O 31 at Pittsburgh 7-1 W N 5 vs. Wisconsin (2) 3-0 W N 6 vs. Minnesota (2) 2-1 W N 7 vs. Michigan (2) 2-4 L N 14 #25 MARYLAND (3) 3-2 W N 21 #19 SO. METHODIST (3) 5-0 W N 27 HARTFORD (3) 2-0 W D 3 vs. #2 North Carolina (4) 0-2 L 1) Nike/Carolina Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. 2) Big Ten Tournament, Bloomington, Ind. 3) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 4) NCAA College Cup, Spartan Stadium, San Jose, Calif.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2000

22-3-1, 10-0-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Patrick Farmer A 27 GEORGE MASON 3-0 A 29 at #23 Maryland 1-3 S 1 PITTSBURGH 6-0 S 3 at #9 Connecticut (2OT) 1-1 S 8 vs. Loyola (Md.) (1) 3-0 S 10 at James Madison (1) 5-0 S 15 vs. #1 North Carolina (2) 0-1 S 17 vs. #8 Texas A&M (2) 2-1 S 19 CORNELL 3-0 S 22 INDIANA* 4-0 S 24 PURDUE* 2-1 S 29 at Minnesota* 2-0 O 1 at Wisconsin* 1-0 O 6 ILLINOIS* 3-0 O 8 IOWA* 3-1 O 13 at Michigan* 2-1 O 15 at Northwestern* 1-0 O 20 OHIO STATE* 1-0 O 22 #19 HARVARD 1-0 O 27 at Michigan State* 1-0 N 2 vs. Minnesota (3) 1-0 N 3 at Illinois (3) (3OT) 2-1 N 5 vs. Michigan (3) (3OT) 1-0 N 12 ILLINOIS (4) (OT) 1-0 N 17 DARTMOUTH (4) 4-0 N 25 #12 PORTLAND (4) (OT) 0-1 1) JMU/Sheraton Invite, Harrisonburg, Va. 2) adidas College Classic, Spring, Texas 3) Big Ten Tournament, Champaign, Ill. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

2002

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2001

21-4-1, 8-1-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Paula Wilkins A 31 at #4 Notre Dame (1) 1-2 S 2 vs. #10 Connecticut (1) 2-0 S 7 vs. Duke (2) 5-1 S 9 at #1 North Carolina (2) 0-3 S 17 JAMES MADISON 4-1 S 23 MINNESOTA* 4-0 S 25 BUCKNELL 9-2 S 28 at Purdue* (2OT) 1-1 S 30 at Indiana* 4-1 O 5 MICHIGAN STATE* 4-0 O 7 MICHIGAN* 6-2 O 12 at Iowa* 3-1 O 14 at Illinois* 3-1 O 19 WISCONSIN* 2-0 O 21 NORTHWESTERN* 1-0 O 23 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 5-0 O 26 at Ohio State* 1-2 O 28 at Pittsburgh 6-2 N 4 at George Mason 6-0 N 8 vs. Northwestern (3) 3-0 N 9 vs. Ohio State (3) 2-0 N 11 vs. Illinois (3) (OT) 2-1 N 16 BUCKNELL (4) 3-1 N 18 VILLANOVA (4) 3-0 N 24 at #13 Connecticut (5) 2-0 N 30 at #1 North Carolina (6) 1-2 1) KeyBank Classic, South Bend, Ind. 2) Nike Carolina Classic, Chapel Hill, N.C. 3) Big Ten Tournament, West Lafayette, Ind. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 5) NCAA Tournament, Storrs, Conn. 6) NCAA Tournament, Chapel Hill, N.C. 62

19-4-1, 9-1-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA College Cup Head Coach: Paula Wilkins S 1 PITTSBURGH 7-2 W S 6 vs. Southern California (1) (2OT) 0-1 L S 8 at #2 UCLA (1) (2OT) 1-0 W S 13 at Boston College (2) (2OT) 2-2 T S 15 at #23 Harvard (2) 2-1 W S 20 at Northwestern* 3-1 W S 22 at James Madison 4-2 W S 27 INDIANA* 3-0 W S 29 #19 PURDUE* 1-0 W O 4 at #13 Michigan* 0-4 L O 6 at Michigan State* 3-0 W O 8 MARYLAND 1-0 W O 11 ILLINOIS* 4-0 W O 13 IOWA* 4-2 W O 18 at Minnesota* 2-1 W O 20 at Wisconsin* 3-1 W O 25 OHIO STATE* 4-2 W O 27 RUTGERS 2-0 W N 7 vs. Illinois (3) 3-4 L N 15 vs. Princeton (4) 2-0 W N 17 at #17 Maryland (4) 2-1 W N 24 #23 VIRGINIA (5) 3-0 W N 30 at #7 Connecticut (6) 2-1 W D 6 vs. #9 Portland (7) 0-2 L 1) UCLA Women’s Cup, Los Angeles, Calif. 2) Harvard Tournament, Newton & Cambridge, Mass. 3) Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing, Mich. 4) NCAA Tournament, College Park, Md. 5) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 6) NCAA Tournament, Storrs, Conn. 7) NCAA College Cup, Austin, Texas

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19-3-3, 9-1-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Paula Wilkins A 29 at #21 Florida 1-2 A 31 at #15 Florida State 2-1 S 5 HARVARD 2-1 S 7 at #24 Maryland 3-0 S 12 vs. #22 Southern California (1) 3-2 S 14 vs. #2 Santa Clara (1) 2-2 S 17 BUCKNELL 6-0 S 19 at Rutgers 0-0 S 21 IOWA* 4-0 S 23 JAMES MADISON 4-1 S 26 at Purdue* 1-3 S 28 at Indiana* 2-1 O 3 MICHIGAN STATE* 2-0 O 5 MICHIGAN* 2-0 O 10 at Northwestern* 4-2 O 12 at #25 Illinois* 2-0 O 17 MINNESOTA* 8-1 O 19 WISCONSIN* 5-0 O 24 at #21 Ohio State* 1-0 O 26 at #8 West Virginia 4-1 N 6 at Wisconsin (2) (2OT) 0-0 (Wisconsin advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) N 14 NAVY (3) 5-1 N 16 RUTGERS (3) 3-1 N 22 #23 TEXAS A&M (3) 3-0 N 28 at #2 UCLA (4) 0-4 1) Virginia Nike Soccer Classic, Charlottesville, Va. 2) Big Ten Tournament, Madison, Wisc. 3) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 4) NCAA Tournament, Los Angeles, Calif.

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2004

19-3-1, 10-0-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Paula Wilkins A 27 at Washington (1) 1-2 A 29 vs. #6 Portland (1) 2-1 S 3 at #8 Connecticut (2) 2-1 S 5 vs. Harvard (2) 1-0 S 14 BUCKNELL 5-0 S 17 at #16 Wisconsin* 4-0 S 19 at James Madison 0-0 S 24 INDIANA* 1-0 S 26 PURDUE* 3-1 O 1 at #13 Michigan* 1-0 O 3 at Michigan State* 3-0 O 8 #23 ILLINOIS* 2-0 O 10 NORTHWESTERN* 1-0 O 15 at Iowa* 8-0 O 17 at Minnesota* 2-0 O 22 #16 OHIO STATE* 3-0 O 27 #19 MARYLAND 6-0 O 29 NAVY 1-0 N 4 vs. Indiana (3) 2-0 N 5 vs. #18 Illinois (3) 3-2 N 7 at #13 Ohio State (3) 0-2 N 12 BINGHAMTON (4) 6-1 N 14 MARYLAND (4) 0-1 1) Husky Invitational Tournament, Seattle, Wash. 2) UCONN adidas Classic, Storrs, Conn. 3) Big Ten Tournament, Columbus, Ohio 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

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2005

23-0-2, 10-0-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA College Cup Head Coach: Paula Wilkins A 26 #20 WASHINGTON (1) 3-2 A 28 #9 CONNECTICUT (1) 2-1 S 1 LOYOLA (Md.) 5-0 S 4 #4 VIRGINIA 5-2 S 9 at #3 UCLA (2) (OT) 1-0 S 11 vs. Southern California (2) 3-1 S 16 at Maryland 3-0 S 18 JAMES MADISON 2-0 S 23 INDIANA* 2-0 S 25 PURDUE* (OT) 3-2 S 30 at Northwestern* 2-1 O 2 at Wisconsin* (OT) 2-1 O 7 ILLINOIS* 3-1 O 9 IOWA* 8-0 O 14 at Ohio State* 1-0 O 21 at Michigan* 4-2 O 23 at Michigan State* 3-0 O 28 at Minnesota* (2OT)1-0 O 30 NAVY 5-0 N 3 at Michigan (3) (2OT) 3-3 (Michigan advanced on penalty kicks, 4-2) N 11 BUCKNELL (4) 6-0 N 13 #21 WEST VIRGINIA (4) 5-2 N 19 #9 TEXAS A&M (4) 4-1 N 25 #8 SANTA CLARA (4) 2-1 D 2 vs. #1 Portland (5) (2OT) 0-0 (Portland advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) 1) Penn State Soccer Classic, University Park, Pa. 2) UCLA Women’s Cup, Los Angeles, Calif. 3) Big Ten Tournament, Ann Arbor, Mich. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 5) NCAA College Cup, College Station, Texas

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006

18-5-3, 8-1-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Paula Wilkins A 25 #2 UCLA (1) 3-1 A 27 #14 TENNESSEE (1) (2OT) 1-1 S 1 at Texas 1-2 S 3 at Texas A&M (2OT) 1-1 S 8 #17 WEST VIRGINIA 1-2 S 10 BUCKNELL 1-0 S 15 at Harvard (2) (2OT) 3-2 S 17 vs. Northeastern (2) 2-0 S 22 MICHIGAN STATE* (2OT) 3-2 S 24 MICHIGAN* 4-1 S 29 at Iowa* 3-0 O 1 at #15 Illinois* 2-3 O 6 at Purdue* 2-0 O 8 at Indiana* (2OT) 0-0 O 13 MINNESOTA* 1-0 O 15 OHIO STATE * 1-0 O 20 WISCONSIN* 3-0 O 22 NORTHWESTERN* 2-1 O 26 at Navy 0-1 N 2 NORTHWESTERN (3) 3-2 N 3 MICHIGAN (3) 2-0 N 5 #17 ILLINOIS (3) 3-1 N 10 NIAGARA (4) 3-1 N 12 VILLANOVA (4) 2-0 N 17 #13 BOSTON COLLEGE (4) 1-0 N 24 at #1 Notre Dame (5) 0-4 1) Penn State Soccer Classic, University Park, Pa. 2) Boston Classic, Cambridge, Mass. 3) Big Ten Tournament, University Park, Pa. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 5) NCAA Tournament, South Bend, Ind.

2007

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UPSET CITY

Opponent Defeated Score at #1 North Carolina 3-2 #2 UCLA 3-1 at #2 UCLA 1-0 (2OT) at #2 Stanford 2-0 at #3 UCLA 1-0 (OT) #4 Purdue 1-0 #4 Virginia 5-2 at #6 Virginia 2-1 (2OT) at #7 Virginia 3-1 at #7 Virginia 3-2 at #7 Connecticut 2-1 at #8 West Virginia 4-1 at #8 Texas A&M 2-1 #9 Virginia 1-0 #10 Minnesota 3-2 (OT) #12 Marquette 4-1 #12 George Mason 4-3 (2OT) #12 West Virginia 3-1 at #13 Illinois 2-0 at #14 George Mason 2-1 (OT) #15 Ohio State 2-1 #15 Minnesota 2-1 #17 West Virginia 5-0 #18 Maryland 3-0 vs. #21 Minnesota 2-1 #22 Illinois 1-0 #22 Purdue 4-0 at #23 Indiana 2-1 #23 Minnesota 2-0 at #24 James Madison 2-1 #25 Rutgers 3-1

PSU Rank Date #5 9/12/99 #3 8/25/06 #12 9/8/02 #7 9/11/15 #4 9/9/05 #13 10/26/07 #8 9/4/05 #16 9/8/98 #9 8/17/12 NR 9/11/11 #12 11/30/02 #12 10/26/03 #8 9/17/00 #12 8/21/09 #19 9/22/96 #13 11/18/11 #25 10/26/97 #24 8/22/14 NR 10/22/10 #15 10/4/96 NR 10/4/09 NR 10/15/10 NR 8/26/11 #25 9/4/98 #23 11/9/08 NR 9/25/11 #25 11/1/09 #25 10/29/09 NR 10/17/08 NR 9/1/96 NR 10/25/95

Opponent Tied vs. #1 Portland vs. #2 Santa Clara #5 Texas A&M #11 Michigan #15 Wisconsin

PSU Rank Date #3 12/2/05 #7 9/14/03 #20 9/16/07 #23 10/5/97 NR 10/22/95

Score 0-0 (2OT) 2-2 (2OT) 1-1 (2OT) 0-0 (2OT) 3-3 (OT)

18-4-2, 9-1-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 31 at #20 Tennessee (1) 1-2 S 2 vs. Central Florida (1) 1-0 S 6 at #17 Connecticut 1-0 S 9 at #18 West Virginia 0-1 S 14 JAMES MADISON (2) 1-0 S 16 #5 TEXAS A&M (2) (2OT) 1-1 S 19 at Bucknell 5-1 S 23 at #21 Notre Dame 2-1 S 26 COLGATE 5-0 S 30 ILLINOIS* 2-1 O 5 at Wisconsin* 2-0 O 7 at Northwestern* 3-1 O 12 MICHIGAN STATE* 2-0 O 14 MICHIGAN* 2-0 O 19 at Iowa* 1-0 O 21 at Minnesota* (2OT) 0-1 O 26 #4 PURDUE* 1-0 O 28 INDIANA* 2-1 N 2 at Ohio State* 1-0 N 8 vs. Iowa (3) 3-1 N 9 vs. Ohio State (3) (2OT) 2-2 (Ohio State advanced on penalty kicks, 5-4) N 16 MONMOUTH (4) 4-0 N 18 HOFSTRA (4) (OT) 2-1 N 24 #12 WEST VIRGINIA (4) 0-1 1) First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic, Knoxville, Tenn. 2) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 3) Big Ten Tournament, Minneapolis, Minn. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

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2008

16-8-0, 8-2-0 Big Ten (T-1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 23 at William & Mary 3-1 A 29 #4 FLORIDA STATE (1) 1-4 A 31 HOFSTRA (1) 4-1 S 5 at Rutgers (2OT) 1-0 S 7 BUCKNELL 4-2 S 12 vs. Brown (2) (OT) 0-1 S 14 at #25 Connecticut (2) 2-0 S 18 at James Madison 0-1 S 21 #1 NOTRE DAME 1-3 S 26 at Indiana* 1-0 S 28 #4 PORTLAND 1-4 O 3 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 O 5 WISCONSIN 3-0 O 10 at Michigan 4-0 O 12 at Michigan State 1-3 O 17 #23 MINNESOTA 2-0 O 19 IOWA (OT) 1-0 O 24 at Illinois 2-0 O 26 at Purdue 2-0 O 31 OHIO STATE 0-1 N 6 at Iowa (3) 2-1 N 7 vs. Michigan State (3) 1-0 N 9 vs. #21 Minnesota (3) 2-1 N 14 at Rutgers (4) (2OT) 1-2 1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn. 3) Big Ten Tournament, Iowa City, Iowa 4) NCAA Tournament, Piscataway, N.J.

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2009

13-6-2, 8-1-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 21 #9 VIRGINIA 1-0 A 29 #14 WEST VIRGINIA (1) 1-2 A 31 CONNECTICUT (1) 3-2 S 4 at #5 Florida State 1-2 S 6 RUTGERS 0-1 S 11 vs. #11 Wake Forest (2) 0-1 S 13 vs. Boston University (2) 3-0 S 20 JAMES MADISON 2-0 S 23 at Bucknell (2OT) 0-0 S 27 at Michigan State* (OT) 2-3 O 4 #15 OHIO STATE* 2-1 O 9 NORTHWESTERN* 2-0 O 11 IOWA* 4-0 O 16 at Minnesota* 1-0 O 18 at Wisconsin* (2OT) 3-3 O 25 ILLINOIS* 6-0 O 29 at #23 Indiana* 2-1 N 1 #22 PURDUE* 4-0 N 8 at Michigan* 2-0 N 13 COLGATE (3) 5-0 N 15 VIRGINIA (3) 2-6 1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) UConn Classic, Storrs, Conn. 3) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa.

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11-9-1, 8-2-0 Big Ten (T-1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 20 at #24 West Virginia (OT) 2-1 A 27 #15 VIRGINIA (1) (2OT) 1-1 A 29 WILLIAM & MARY (1) 1-2 S 3 at Yale 0-1 S 5 at Connecticut (OT) 1-2 S 10 vs. Washington (2) 1-2 S 12 at #4 Portland (2) 2-4 S 15 BUCKNELL 5-1 S 19 DARTMOUTH 0-1 S 26 MICHIGAN STATE* 1-0 O 3 at Ohio State* (OT) 0-1 O 8 at Northwestern* 2-1 O 10 at Iowa* 3-0 O 15 #15 MINNESOTA* 2-1 O 17 WISCONSIN* 2-3 O 24 at #13 Illinois* 2-0 O 28 INDIANA* 6-1 O 31 at Purdue* 6-1 N 7 MICHIGAN* (2OT) 1-0 N 12 vs. Penn (3) 1-0 N 14 at #14 West Virginia (3) 1-2 1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) Nike Portland Invitational, Portland, Ore. 3) NCAA Tournament, Morgantown, W.Va.

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21-5-0, 10-1-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 19 at #2 Stanford 0-4 A 21 vs. Nevada (1) 4-0 A 26 #17 WEST VIRGINIA (2) 5-0 A 28 RICHMOND (2) 3-0 S 2 vs. North Carolina State (3) 3-1 S 4 at Pittsburgh (3) 3-0 S 9 vs. Central Florida (4) (2OT) 1-2 S 11 at #7 Virginia (4) 3-2 S 17 at Wisconsin* 0-1 S 20 at Bucknell 4-0 S 23 NORTHWESTERN* 4-0 S 25 #22 ILLINOIS* 1-0 S 29 OHIO STATE* 3-1 O 2 at Minnesota* 1-0 O 9 at Indiana* 3-0 O 14 NEBRASKA* 5-4 O 16 IOWA* 4-0 O 21 at Michigan State* 3-1 O 23 at Michigan* 4-0 O 28 PURDUE* 2-0 N 2 at Northwestern (5) 3-0 N 4 vs. Minnesota (5) 3-1 N 6 vs. #18 Illinois (5) (OT) 1-2 N 11 ARMY (6) 1-0 N 18 vs. #12 Marquette (7) 4-1 N 20 at #6 Wake Forest (7) 2-4 1) at Saratoga, Calif. 2) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 3) Pitt Soccer Classic, Pittsburgh, Pa. 4) Nike Virginia Classic, Charlottesville, Va. 5) Big Ten Tournament, Evanston, Ill. 6) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 7) NCAA Tournament, Winston-Salem, N.C.

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2014

2012

21-4-2, 10-0-1 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA College Cup Finalists Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 17 at #7 Virginia 3-1 A 19 ST. JOHN’S 5-0 A 24 #1 STANFORD 2-3 A 26 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 5-0 A 31 at West Virginia (OT) 2-1 S 2 vs. Pittsburgh (1) 3-0 S 8 at BYU 1-3 S 16 #13 WISCONSIN* 2-1 S 21 at Northwestern* 4-1 S 23 at Illinois* 4-0 S 27 at Ohio State* 3-0 S 30 MINNESOTA* 4-3 O 2 BUCKNELL* 3-1 O 7 INDIANA* 5-2 O 12 at Nebraska* 4-0 O 14 at Iowa* 2-1 O 19 MICHIGAN STATE* 5-1 O 21 #17 MICHIGAN* 1-1 O 26 at Purdue* 2-0 O 31 vs. Iowa (2) 2-0 N 2 vs. Illinois (2) 0-1 N 10 vs. LIU BROOKLYN (3) 4-0 N 16 vs. BOSTON COLLEGE (3) 5-2 N 18 vs. MICHIGAN (3) (2OT) 3-2 N 23 vs. #19 DUKE (3) 1-0 N 30 vs. #7 Florida State (4) (OT) 2-1 D 2 vs. #13 North Carolina (4) 1-4 1) at Morgantown, W.Va. 2) Big Ten Tournament, Bloomington, Ind. 3) NCAA Tournament , University Park, Pa. 4) NCAA College Cup, San Diego, Calif. 64

15-7-1, 7-4-0 Big Ten (3rd) NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 23 WEST VIRGINIA (1) (2OT) 2-2 A 25 HOFSTRA (1) 2-1 A 30 at #6 Virginia 1-5 S 1 LASALLE 5-1 S 6 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1-0 S 10 at Bucknell 6-0 S 13 at Oklahoma State 4-2 S 15 at Tulsa 3-2 S 20 NORTHWESTERN* (2OT) 3-2 S 26 PURDUE* 6-1 S 29 INDIANA* 4-1 O 4 at #18 Wisconsin* 2-1 O 6 at Minnesota* 0-1 O 13 #19 MICHIGAN* 0-1 O 17 OHIO STATE* 4-2 O 20 ILLINOIS * 5-0 O 25 at Iowa * 2-3 O 27 at #21 Nebraska * (2OT) 2-3 N 1 at Michigan State * 3-0 N 6 vs. #6 Wisconsin (2) 2-0 N 8 vs. #7 Iowa (2) 0-1 N 15 vs. Monmouth (3) 3-0 N 22 vs. Wake Forest (4) 0-1 1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) Big Ten Tournament, Champaign, Ill. 3) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 4) NCAA Tournament, Charlottesville, Va.

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20-4-0, 12-1-0 Big Ten (1st) Big Ten Champions NCAA Tournament - Elite Eight Head Coach: Erica Dambach A 22 #12 WEST VIRGINIA (1) 3-1 A 24 SYRACUSE (1) 2-0 A 29 CONNECTICUT 3-1 S 5 at #14 North Carolina (2) (OT) 0-1 S 7 vs. #22 Duke (2) 4-3 S 12 at Purdue* 1-0 S 14 at Indiana* 3-0 S 19 OHIO STATE* 5-1 S 23 BUCKNELL 7-0 S 26 NORTHWESTERN* 4-1 S 28 #19 ILLINOIS* 2-1 O 3 at Minnesota* 1-0 O 5 at #13 Wisconsin* 2-0 O 11 #20 RUTGERS* 0-1 O 16 at #24 Michigan* 1-0 O 19 at Michigan State* 2-1 O 24 NEBRASKA* 3-1 O 26 IOWA* 2-1 O 30 MARYLAND* 1-0 N 5 vs. Northwestern (3) 0-1 N 14 BUFFALO (4) 4-1 N 21 CONNECTICUT (4) 1-0 N 23 VIRGINIA TECH (4) 2-1 N 29 at #5 Texas A&M (5) 1-2

2015

22-3-2, 8-2-1 Big Ten (T-1st) Big Ten Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament - Champions T Head Coach: Erica Dambach W A 21 HOFSTRA (1) 2-1 W L A 23 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (1) 4-2 W W A 28 #21 DUKE (2OT) 0-0 T W A 30 ARKANSAS 4-2 W W S 4 at #12 West Virginia 0-1 L W S 11 at #2 Stanford 2-0 W W S 13 at Santa Clara 1-0 W W S 17 WISCONSIN* 4-0 W W 0-1 L W S 20 MINNESOTA* S 25 at Nebraska* 1-1 T W S 27 at Iowa* 5-1 W L O 4 at #24 Northwestern* 3-0 W L O 8 MARYLAND* 1-0 W W O 11 INDIANA* 4-0 W W O 15 at Purdue* 2-1 W L L O 18 at #25 Rutgers* 0-1 L W O 24 at Ohio State* 2-1 W W O 28 MICHIGAN* 3-1 W L N 1 vs. ILLINOIS (2) 3-1 W W N 6 vs. MICHIGAN (2) 1-0 W L N 8 vs. #7 RUTGERS (2) 2-0 W N 13 vs. ALBANY (3) 5-0 W N 20 vs. BOSTON UNIVERSITY (3) 6-0 W N 22 vs. OHIO STATE (3) 4-0 W N 28 vs. #4 WEST VIRGINIA (3) 2-0 W D 4 vs. #9 Rutgers (4) 2-0 W D 6 vs. #20 Duke (4) 1-0 W

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1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) Big Ten Tournament, University Park, Pa. 3) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 4) College Cup, Cary, N.C.

1) Penn State Invitational, University Park, Pa. 2) Duke Nike Classic, Durham, N.C. 3) Big Ten Tournament, West Lafayette, Ind. 4) NCAA Tournament, University Park, Pa. 5) NCAA Tournament, College Station, Texas

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ALL-TIME RESULTS First Last Opponent Mtg. Win W Albany 2015 2015 1 Arkansas 2015 2015 1 Army 2011 2011 1 Binghamton 2004 2004 1 Boston College 2002 2012 2 Boston  University 2009 2015 3 Brigham Young 2012 — 0 Brown 2008 — 0 Bucknell 1994 2014 18 Buffalo 1994 2014 3 Central Florida 2007 2007 1 Central Michigan 2012 — 1 Clemson 1998 1998 1 Colgate 1995 2009 3 Connecticut 2000 2014 10 Cornell 1994 2000 6 Dartmouth 2000 2000 1 Delaware 1995 1997 2 Duke 1999 2015 4 Duquesne 1995 1996 2 Florida 1998 — 0 Florida State 2003 2012 2 George Mason 1996 2001 6 Hartford 1999 1999 1 Harvard 1998 2006 6 Hofstra 2007 2015 4 Illinois 1997 2015 24 Indiana 1994 2015 23 Iowa 1997 2015 21 James Madison 1994 2009 11 Lafayette 1994 1994 1 La Salle 2013 2013 1 LIU Brooklyn 2012 2012 1 Long Beach State 2016 — - Loyola (Calif.) 2015 2015 1 Loyola (Md.) 2000 2005 2 Lynn 1998 1998 1 Marquette 2011 2011 1 Maryland 1996 2015 9 Michigan 1994 2015 19 Michigan State 1994 2014 20 Minnesota 1994 2014 21 Monmouth 2007 2013 2 Navy 2003 2005 3 17 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1998-2012, 2014-15

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Opponent Nebraska Nevada Niagara North Carolina N.C.  State Northeastern Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma State Penn Pittsburgh Portland Princeton Purdue Richmond Rutgers St. Bonaventure Saint Francis (Pa.) San Diego State St. John’s Santa Clara Seton Hall Siena So. California So. Methodist Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Towson Tulsa UCLA Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech Washington Wake  Forest West Virginia William & Mary Wisconsin Yale Total

First Last Mtg. Win W 2011 2014 3 2011 2011 1 2006 2006 1 1999 2012 1 2011 2011 1 2006 2006 1 1994 2015 23 2001 2007 1 1994 2015 20 2013 2013 1 2010 2010 1 1996 2012 9 1995 2004 1 2002 2002 1 1999 2015 15 2011 2011 1 1994 2015 9 1994 1995 2 2001 2001 1 2016 — - 2012 — 1 1996 2015 2 1994 1999 6 1994 1996 2 2002 2005 2 1999 1999 1 2011 2015 1 2014 2014 1 2006 — 0 2006 — 0 2000 2005 3 1994 1994 1 2013 2013 1 2002 2006 3 1994 2006 4 1997 2013 7 2014 2014 1 1995 2005 1 2009 — 0 2003 2015 7 1997 2008 1 1994 2015 20 2010 — 0 22 Seasons 399

BOLD Denotes 2016 Opponent

2015 NCAA CHAMPIONS

L T 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 6 1 2 0 3 4 1 0 103 29 65


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BRITTANY BASINGER GRACE FISK MEGAN SCHAFER RS-Junior • D Freshman • D Junior • F Fairfax, Va. Bromley, London, England Langhorne, Pa.

EMMA HASCO Freshman • M Upper St. Clair, Pa.

ELIZABETH BALL Junior • D Richmond, Va.

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KRISTIN SCHNURR FRANNIE CROUSE CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS HALEIGH ECHARD BECCA HAMILTON ALINA ORTEGA JURADO ANGELA WIDLACKI RS-Freshman • F Junior • F Sophomore • M Junior • M Freshman • D Sophomore • F/M RS-Junior • D Bristow, Va. Greensburg, Pa. Rochester, N.Y. Lebanon, Pa. Howell, N.J. Waldgirmes, Germany Naperville, Ill.

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 LIISI VINK-LAINAS Junior • M Wynantskill, N.Y.

SALINA WILLIFORD LAURA FREIGANG ISABELLE CLAUSS NICKOLETTE DRIESSE CECILIA KNAUB RS-Junior • M Freshman • M/F Junior • D Senior • M Sophomore • M Wayne, Pa. Oppenheim, Germany Clarks Summit, Pa. Wayne, N.J. Phoenixville, Pa.

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27 28 30 33 34 MARISSA SHEVA Sophomore • M Sellersville, Pa.

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